Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Bill de Blasio Wins NYC Democratic Mayoral Primary Election For Roosevelt Island's Octagon Building - Is Win Indicator Of NYC Primary Win For De Blasio?

Here's a tiny sample of the NYC Primary vote tally. It's from Roosevelt Island's 87the Election District which is made up of residents from the Octagon Building and Coler Hospital.

The vote tally was provided by Bill Long and Karen Burstein.

For the Democratic Party Mayoral primary, Bill de Blasio led with 22 votes followed by Christine Quinn with 11 votes and Bill Thompson with 7 votes out of a total of 45 votes cast.

For the Democrat Party Public Advocate primary, Dan Squadron led with 18 votes followed by Letitia James with 10 votes out of 39 votes cast.

For the Democratic Party Comptroller primary, Scott Stringer had 28 votes followed by Elliot Spitzer with 15 votes out of 43 votes cast

For the Democratic Party Manhattan Borough President primary, Jessica Lappin led with 20 votes followed by Gale Brewer with 10 votes out of 38 votes cast.

For the Democratic Party 5th City Council District primary, Ben Kallos led with 19 votes followed by Micah Kellner with 12 votes and Ed Hartzog with 9 votes out of 40 votes cast.

Here's the complete Democratic Party Primary Tally vote sheet for the Octagon/Coler Hospital polling location.


For the Republican Mayoral primary, Joe Lhota leads with 4 votes and George McDonald followed with 1 vote out of 5 total votes cast.

Here's the complete Republican Party Primary Tally vote sheet for the Octagon/Coler Hospital polling location.


UPDATE 10:35 PM - The NY Times has the latest numbers on the race for:

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