2011 Green Party New York Election Results

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Green Party election results will be posted here as the results come in, including selected races from around the country.

KHALID BEY DEM WOR 1,154 51.772% X
HOWIE HAWKINS GRE 1,072 48.093%

Chenango results
COUNCILMAN, Smithville (Vote for 2)
Kenneth P. Whitmore, Jr. DEM 122
Barbara Ann L. Whitmore DEM 70
Robert M. Whitmore REP 219
John J. Cammarata REP 191
Carol Omalyev GRE 96
Write-in 1

COUNCILMAN, Preston (Vote for 2)
V. Peter VR Mason DEM 85
Geraldine E. Barnes DEM 53
David L. Dunckel REP 98
Stacie P. Edick GRE 22

Suffolk County
Cesar Malaga – Suffolk County Legislature, Green 3% 3rd place 

Monroe County

County Leg
32 of 32 districts reporting
Joshua Bauroth (Democratic, Working Families, Independence) 3,652
Christopher Edes (Green) 453

Rochester City Council – South District
52 of 52 districts reporting
Adam McFadden (Democratic) 3,660
Diane Watkins (Working Families) 916
Alexander White (Green) 601

Commissioner of Rochester Schools (four)
212 of 213 districts reporting
Mary Adams (Democratic, Green) 13,690
Melisza Campos (Democratic, Working Families, Independence) 15,100
Howard Eagle (Green) 2,515
Malik Evans (Democratic, Independence) 14,321
Mia Hodgins (Working Families, Rochester’s Parents United) 3,575
Willa Powell (Democratic, Working Families) 13,668
Glenny Williams (Working Families) 2,545
Wallace Smith (Green) 2,482

Chili Town Council (two)
33 of 33 districts reporting
Vinessa Buckland (Democratic, Working Families, Green) 2,332
Ryan Dooling (Democratic, Working Families) 2,475
Michael Slattery (Republican, Conservative, Independence) 3,894
Jordon Brown (Republican, Conservative, Independence) 3,214

Erie County BOE
Office 2ND LEGISLATIVE DIST
PARTY 80 Districts out of 89 Reporting (89)% Votes Percent
D GRANT, BETTY JEAN 7,769 81%
W GRANT, BETTY JEAN 657 7%
GRANT, BETTY JEAN Totals 8,426 87%
G MONTALALOU, SUZANNE L 1,223 13%
Office Totals 9,649 100%
TURN-OUT 22%

via Green Party New York.

More updates:

Tuscon Weekly reports: “Green Party [Tuscon] mayoral candidate Mary DeCamp captured 4.8 percent of the vote.”

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