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Some of the Long Island candidates admitted they expected their races to be close.
New Jersey plans to reduce the state public employee workforce by 1,200 jobs through layoffs and attrition early next year.
A northern New Jersey assemblyman is having second thoughts after his Election Night remarks.
Connecticut’s race for governor was finally over Wednesday night. Or was it? Democrat Dan Malloy has been declared the winner, but Republican Tom Foley is refusing to concede.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg often says he prefers to stay out of other candidates’ races for fear of picking the loser and angering the winner. But this year was different.
The Republican former hedge fund manager who challenged the Democratic incumbent for New York comptroller is conceding the race.
Cuomo will get the chance to clean up Albany, following his resounding victory over Tea Party upstart Carl Paladino, who lost by a margin of almost two to one.
Republican Kathleen Donovan unseated Democratic incumbent County Executive Dennis McNerney.
A wild night of seesawing race totals and margins as close as a single vote Tuesday have left majority control of New York’s state Senate uncertain, but with Republicans having a good chance of seizing control of the chamber.
The Republican takeover of the House makes it likely that Long Island Congressman Peter King will take over as chairman of the Homeland Security Committee.
Republicans racked up dozens of victories. As of Wednesday morning they gained six seats in the Senate and 58 seats in the House, more than enough to give the GOP control of the lower house.
Point Pleasant Beach Mayor Vincent Barrella will remain in office after voters on Tuesday rejected a recall question by a 919 to 735 vote margin.
The limit had long been two terms but was extended in 2008 when Mayor Michael Bloomberg decided he wanted to run again.
Republican Tom Foley was clinging to a lead early Wednesday in the Connecticut governor’s race, but many of the uncounted returns were coming from cities where Democrat Dan Malloy was expected to do well.
Election returns show the Democratic state senator beating the Republican Staten Island District Attorney in the race to be New York’s next attorney general.
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