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News stories tagged with "election-2001"

Bloomberg Upset Bodes Well for New York GOP

Michael Bloomberg's upset win in the race for Mayor of New York could be a big boost for Governor Pataki in next year's Governor's race, and a hindrance for his Democratic challengers. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

Election Day 2001: Regional Highlights

With little drama on the ballot, many North Country communities were watching races for town supervisor--in local government that's often the top elected official. Brian Mann has a survey of some of the top contests around the region.  Go to full article

Jefferson and Lewis Counties Pick Legislators, Supreme Court Judges

In Jefferson and Lewis Counties, all county legislators were up for election yesterday. Voters also decided on Jefferson County Clerk and Supreme Court judges for the 5th Judicial district. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Warren and Essex County Choose DAs

Voters in Essex and Warren counties saw tough races for the post of district attorney. In Warren County, a Republican won an open seat after an expensive race. In Essex County, Republican Ron Briggs held on against a strong challenge by an independent. Brian Mann reports.  Go to full article

Patriotism Doesn't Tranlate into Turnout in St. Lawrence County

Since the September 11 attacks, a patriotic fervor has hit the nation, but it didn't translate into longer lines at the voting booths. At least, not in St. Lawrence county. Jody Tosti reports.  Go to full article

Family Court Judge Race Tops St. Lawrencve County Ballot

Tomorrow in St. Lawrence County, voters will elect a new Family Court Judge to a ten-year term. It's considered one of the most complex and influential positions in the judicial system. A family Court Judge not only decides how to apply the law. But also how to help broken families reassemble the pieces. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

Primary Day in New York

Today is primary elections day around New York State. The primaries were suspended on September 11 when terrorists attacked the Wortld Trade Center and the Pentagon. David Sommerstein reports some think today's voting may be premature.  Go to full article

DAs and Sherriff Face Stiff Primary Challenges

It's primary day in much of the North Country. Voters will decide which candidate will win their party's spot on the November ballot. As Brian Mann reports, Republican district attorneys and a sheriff face stiff challenges.  Go to full article

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