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NY Primary Elections: Thursday. September 13th

At the Suffolk County Board of Elections, you can see unofficial, 2012 primary results: http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/Departments/BoardofElections/ElectionResults.aspx

At the Nassau County Board of Elections, you can see unofficial, 2012 election results: http://www.nassaucountyny.gov/agencies/BOE/results.html

-In a Nassau/Suffolk race: Where the district lines completely changed, incumbent NYS Assemblyman Saladino (Republican) retained the Republican line against a fierce, “conservative” challenger.

NY Statewide Round-Up: NY Primary 2012 article:
NY Daily News: here

Results of three lawmakers with legal problems:

Queens Sen. Shirley Huntley: defeated.

Bronx Assemblywoman Naomi Rivera: defeated.

Brooklyn Assemblyman William Boyland Jr.: Narrowly won

NY Statewide live blog coverage at The Daily News: http://live.nydailynews.com/Event/New_York_State_Primary_Election_Sept_13_2012
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New York Primary Day, Thursday, September 13, 2012: There are only primaries in certain jurisdictions, with certain parties. So, you should check with your local Board of Elections, or be willing to go to the polls and get told you don’t need to vote.

There is a story with some information at Syracuse.com: here.

Polls Open info from the NY State BOE:

September 13, 2012 — State and Local Primary

  • In New York City and the counties of Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Putnam and Erie, POLLS OPEN AT 6 AM and CLOSE AT 9 PM.In all other counties POLLS OPEN AT 12 NOON and CLOSE AT 9 PM.

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