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NY Legislative Races

NY 44th Senate District

Candidates:

Hugh Farley (R), (Inc.)
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Fred Goodman (D)
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BK Keramati (WF)
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NY 45th Senate District

Candidates:

Betty Little (R), (Inc.)
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?? (D)
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NY 47th Senate District

Candidates:

Joe Griffo (R) (inc.)
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Kevin Martin (D)
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Michael W. Boncella (WF)
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NY 48th Senate District

Candidates:

Darrell Aubertine (D) (Inc.)
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David Renzi (R)
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NY 110th Assembly District

Candidates:

James Tedisco (R) (Inc.)
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?? (D)
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NY 112th Assembly District

Candidates:

Roy McDonald (R) (Inc.)
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Ian McGaughey (D, I, WF)
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NY 113th Assembly District

Candidates:

Teresa Sayward (R) (Inc.)
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?? (D)
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NY 114th Assembly District

Candidates:

Janet Duprey (R) (Inc.)
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?? (D)
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NY 117th Assembly District

Candidates:

Marc Butler (R) (Inc.)
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Dan Carter (D)
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NY 118th Assembly District

Candidates:

Addie J. Russell (D)
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Bobby Cantwell (R)
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NY 122th Assembly District

Candidates:

Dede Scozzafava (R) (Inc.)
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Senate Dems consider new status

The new presumed leader of the Senate Democratic Majority, Malcolm Smith, says the Republicans lost control of the chamber for the first time in 44 years because the people wanted change. Albany correspondent Karen DeWitt has more.  Go to full article

Picking up the political pieces in Albany

It could be a very long time in the cold for New York's Republican Party, now that they have lost control of their last vestige of power - the state Senate. GOP leaders left standing are already talking of rebuilding from the ground up. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

A GOP North Country state Senator looks at serving in the minority

Democrats have won a majority in New York's Senate to give the party control of the full Legislature and governor's office for the first time since 1935. Democrats, who outnumber Republicans by a nearly 2:1 ratio statewide, ended more than 40 years of GOP rule in the Senate thanks in part to the enthusiasm fueled by Barack Obama's historic presidential campaign. Democrats won at least 32 seats in the 62-seat chamber. They trailed 31-29 with two vacancies going into Tuesday. The vote comes after record spending on both sides and gives Democratic Gov. David Paterson, just seven months on the job, a new ally along with the Assembly. Jonathan Brown asked North Country Senator Betty Little what will happen now. She said the problems facing the people of New York and the state budget are so big, there will be little choice among lawmakers but to get along.  Go to full article
Democrats Addie Russell and Darrel Aubertine celebrate in Watertown last night

Aubertine wins senate seat - again

One of the most closely watched races statewide was the 48th Senate district in Oswego, Jefferson, and St. Lawrence counties. Democratic Senator Darrel Aubertine defeated...  Go to full article

Addie wins in 118th Assembly District

Democrats rang up another victory in Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties last night. Attorney Addie Russell defeated Republican Bobby Cantwell in the 118th Assembly district...  Go to full article

A closer look at the election

Martha Foley and Brian Mann analyze yesterday's elections from a state and national perspective.  Go to full article

Control of the state Senate hinges on voter turnout

The campaigns for state Senate are down to the wire now, with just hours to go before we'll know whether Republicans will keep control of the Senate. Democrats could claim a...  Go to full article

The battle for control of the state Senate

Republicans and Democrats are locked in a fierce battle for control of the State Senate, where a change over of just a couple of seats could mean the GOP will lose control of...  Go to full article

Political roundtable: one day to go...

With key races for Congress and the state Senate coming down to the wire, Brian Mann and David Sommerstein join Martha Foley for a look at the big picture and the regional...  Go to full article

Senate challenger seemingly a no-show

The combative race between Darrel Aubertine and David Renzi for the state Senate in the North Country's 48th District has dominated the region's election news this year. But...  Go to full article

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