Election results 2010

2010 ballot closeup

Updated Wednesday at 7:55 am

Here's a quick scan of results from statewide, as well as federal and state-level locally-relevant races. Numbers are unofficial and some don't represent total counts, yet (we'll update).

The boards of election from Albany, Rensselaer, Saratoga and Schenectady counties have results posted online.

Incumbents are marked with *

Statewide numbers via the excellent NYT results map.

Governor
Andrew Cuomo (D) 61.5%
Carl Paladino (R) 34%
State Attorney General
Eric Schneiderman (D) 55.1%
Dan Donovan (R) 43.5%
State Comptroller
Tom DiNapoli (D)* 49.8%
Harry Wilson (R) 47.0%
US Senate
Chuck Schumer (D)* 65.5%
Jay Townsend (R) 32.9%
US Senate
Kirsten Gillibrand (D)* 61.3%
Joe DioGuardi (R) 36.5%
US House NY20
Scott Murphy (D)* 44.6%
Chris Gibson (R) 55.4%
US House NY21
Paul Tonko (D)* 59.3%
Ted Danz (R) 40.7%
State Senate 46th
Neil Breslin (D)* 53.5%
Bob Domenici (R) 40.4%
Michael Carey (Reform) 6.1%
State Senate 43rd
Roy McDonald (R)* 58.3%
Joanne Yepsen (D) 41.7%
State Senate 44th
Hugh Farley (R)* 64%
Sue Savage (D) 36%

Numbers from the 44th via CBS6

State Assembly 104th
Jack McEneny (D)* 61.8%
Deborah Busch (R) 38.1%
State Assembly 108th
Tim Gordon (I)* 47%
Steve McLaughlin (R) 53%

Numbers from the 108th via CBS6

State Assembly 109th
Bob Reilly (D)* 50.58%
Jennifer Whalen (R) 49.42%
State Assembly 110th
Jim Tedisco (R)* 64.3
BK Keramati (D) 35.5
State Assembly 105th
George Amedore (R)* 58.5%
Angelo Santabarbara (D) 41.5%

Ron Canestrari (D-106th) and Tony Jordan (R-106th) both ran unopposed.

Comments

Thanks for putting this together! Made my morning so much more efficient.

Pretty please, Uncle Scott, could you tell us the story again about the time when President Clinton stumped for you?

In NYS's 23rd CD, Bill Owens (D) bested his opponents in a historically-conservative district. Way to go!

Thanks for posting the links; I've been looking for our local village results all morning!

...incumbent, incumbent, incumbent, incumbent...

You should send a copy of this page over to the T-U with a sticky note saying, "Was that so hard?"

Worth noting also that Howie Hawkins recieved over 50,000 votes, giving the Green party "official" status for four years.

I noticed that in the 106th NYS Assembly District, unopposed winner Ronald Cannestrari, received 15,028 votes. However, 27,021 votes were cast in the district. Since 28,000 people were motivated to vote, but left the Assembly column blank, well do you think maybe the voters were sending a message to the Assemblyman in the 106th?

This is quite disturbing. For Governor, more than 1/3 voted in favor of the angry horse porn guy while more than 3/5 voted for someone who heavily pushed subprime mortgages.
Someone speak up... what is wrong with you?

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