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  • Chemung County Executive Race: Chris Moss (R) 55% Jerome Emanuel (Dem) 29% Krusen (I) 16%
  • 1st District: Pastrick (R) 57% Pucci (Dem) 43%
  • 2nd District: Manchester (R) 69% Saglibene (Con) 30%
  • 3rd District: Sweet (R) 53% Lynch (Dem) 40%
  • 4th District: Brennan (R) 64% Bond (Dem) 35%
  • 5th District: Margeson (R) 64% Stow (Dem) 20% Miller 15% (I)
  • 7th District: Sonsire (Dem) 63% Milliken (R) 36%
  • 8th District: Woodard (R) 58% Callas (Dem) 41%
  • 9th District: Burin (R) 74% Fairchild (I) 25%
  • 12th District: McCarthy (Dem) 50% Collins (R) 45%
  • 13th District: Drake (R) 65% Logan-Lattimore (Dem) 34%
  • 14th District: Smith (R) 68% Heyward (Dem) 31%
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2018 Democratic Primary Results

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ElmiraTelegram    109

The following are the unofficial results of the 2018 Democratic Primary Elections for Chemung County

Governor 

Andrew Cuomo 1,738

Cynthia Nixon 1,917

 

Lieutenant Governor

Kathy C. Hochul 1,737

Jumaane Williams 890

 

Attorney General 

Sean Patrick Maloney 985

Letitia A. James 858

Leecia R. Eve 198

Zephyr Teachout 982

 

NYS State Senator 58th District 

Amanda Kirchgessner 1,587

Michael Lausell 892

 

NYS Assemblyman 124th District 

Randy Reid 1,244

Bill Batrowny 1,534

 

Chemung County Legislature 

12th District

Peter Keenan 79

William McCarthy 136

 

13th District

Tanisha Logan-Lattimore 86

Claude Oliver 48

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ElmiraTelegram    109

Final statewide numbers are as follows:

Governor 

Andrew Cuomo - 732,800

Cynthia Nixon - 397,480

Liutentant Governor 

Kathy Hochul - 532,874

Jumaane Williams - 503,352

 

NYS Assembly 124th Legislative District 

Bill Batrowny - 2,409

Randy Reid - 2,033

 

State Senate 58th District 

Amanda Kirchgessner - 5,581

Michael Lausell 892 - 3,601

 

NYS Attorney General 

Sean Patrick Maloney - 253,489

Letitia A. James - 498,173

Leecia R. Eve - 34,633

Zephyr Teachout - 332,621

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Chris    570

Locally, I knew it would be a tight race for the legislative seat, maybe even with Randy Reid coming out on top. He was very active in Tioga County it appeared. 

I also thought things would be at least a little tighter in the 12th and 4th Districts. Especially in the 12th; Keenan put a lot of work into his campaign. 

I had a hunch the 5th was going to go Margeson's way. 

As for the governor's race, I'm surprised Nixon did so well. 

 

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Mary    110

Pete Keenan was certainly one of the most aggressive in advocacy and working the streets- I thought for sure he would have had more votes. We used to run in the same circle back in our 20's and I was hoping he would have an opportunity to make an impact.  Yet, even despite his loss, I think he DID make an impact.

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Chris    570
1 hour ago, Mary said:

Pete Keenan was certainly one of the most aggressive in advocacy and working the streets

No doubt, and no disrespect intended, but I can't help but wonder if that hurt his chances some. Chemung County isn't as "progressive" as the rest of the state at the moment ( thank God ). 

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KRSullivan    94

Keenan and I don't agree on much, in fact I don't think we agree on anything,  but I gotta throw some respect his way he busted his hump and showed a enthusiasm you don't see in campaigns anymore.  If that was all it took he would have won in a landslide. 

He said on his campaign page that after November he is doing something with the school board election.  If he is running or helping someone else it's great, but I hope he doesn't try to make it political because that's not how a school board works.  

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