election 2015

Izzo is Mayor-Elect
Jacqueline Izzo has won the 2015 election for Mayor of Rome, NY by 104 votes following an official re-count, according to the Oneida County Board of Elections.
Izzo Closer to Victory
Rome's Jackie Izzo is one step closer to becoming that city's mayor. The re-canvassing of the election results began at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday and was completed at about 1:00 p.m., according to Rose Grimaldi of the Oneida County Board of Elections...
Rome Mayoral Winner
Residents in the City of Rome could know officially who their next mayor is before close of business on Friday, according to Republican candidate Jackie Izzo. "We should know by Thursday or Friday," Izzo said earlier in the week, although the Board of Elections officially has until November 27th to complete the re-canvassing process...
Absentee Ballots Favor Cornwell
Close to 2,000 absentee ballots were tabulated November 10 at Broome County Election Headquarters.  With all but several dozen military ballots accounted for Republican Stephen Cornwell has kept an advantage of over 500 votes to win the race for District Attorney over incumbent Gerald Mollen...
Broome Absentee Ballots Count
Absentee ballots are to be counted in Broome County with one race that could be impacted by the result. At the end of election night, District Attorney challenger, Republican Stephen Cornwell declared victory over incumbent Democrat District Attorney Gerald Mollen, having a lead of 587 votes ...
Akshar Wins Senate Race
Republican Fred Akshar has defeated Democrat Barb Fiala in the race for the 52nd District New York State Senate Seat.  Akshar won by a better than 3-1 margin.  With all but one district reporting Akshar had a wide margin of over 27,000 votes to just over 8,000 for Barbara Fiala.

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