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Harrison Mayor

11/11 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Raymond J. McDONOUGH 1,344 66.50%

UNA - Maria McCORMICK 676 33.45%

Personal Choice 1 0.05%

Total 2,021 100.00%

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Harrison Ward 1 Council

2/2 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Jesus R. HUARANGA 291 68.79%

UNA - Michael GAVINI 132 31.21%

Personal Choice 0 0.00%

Total 423 100.00%

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Harrison Ward 2 Council

3/3 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Anselmo MILLAN 325 60.75%

UNA - Stephen McCORMICK 209 39.07%

Personal Choice 1 0.19%

Total 535 100.00%

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Harrison Ward 3 Council

3/3 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Laurence M. BENNETT 292 75.06%

UNA - Domingos RODRIGUES 96 24.68%

Personal Choice 1 0.26%

Total 389 100.00%

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Harrison Mayor

11/11 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Raymond J. McDONOUGH 1,344 66.50%

UNA - Maria McCORMICK 676 33.45%

Personal Choice 1 0.05%

Total 2,021 100.00%

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Harrison Ward 1 Council

2/2 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Jesus R. HUARANGA 291 68.79%

UNA - Michael GAVINI 132 31.21%

Personal Choice 0 0.00%

Total 423 100.00%

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Harrison Ward 2 Council

3/3 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Anselmo MILLAN 325 60.75%

UNA - Stephen McCORMICK 209 39.07%

Personal Choice 1 0.19%

Total 535 100.00%

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Harrison Ward 3 Council

3/3 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Laurence M. BENNETT 292 75.06%

UNA - Domingos RODRIGUES 96 24.68%

Personal Choice 1 0.26%

Total 389 100.00%

Poster: Why wasn't the Fourth Ward tallies posted?

Based upon her past record of such, has O'Brien already filed some legal action or challenge?

Oh, by the way, I see that Christine O'Donnell was defeated in her Delaware Senate bid.

Happy Belated Halloween, Joan!!!

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More of the same. Let's see how much more the mayor f***s up this town before the next election. Hopefully people will start to open their eyes. They complain about taxes going up, but keep voting in the same fools. To everyone that voted for the mayor, thanks for screwing us some more.

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Harrison Mayor

11/11 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Raymond J. McDONOUGH 1,344 66.50%

UNA - Maria McCORMICK 676 33.45%

Personal Choice 1 0.05%

Total 2,021 100.00%

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Harrison Ward 1 Council

2/2 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Jesus R. HUARANGA 291 68.79%

UNA - Michael GAVINI 132 31.21%

Personal Choice 0 0.00%

Total 423 100.00%

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Harrison Ward 2 Council

3/3 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Anselmo MILLAN 325 60.75%

UNA - Stephen McCORMICK 209 39.07%

Personal Choice 1 0.19%

Total 535 100.00%

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Harrison Ward 3 Council

3/3 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Laurence M. BENNETT 292 75.06%

UNA - Domingos RODRIGUES 96 24.68%

Personal Choice 1 0.26%

Total 389 100.00%

Harrison Ward 4 Council

3/3 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - James P DORAN 396 69.47%

UNA - Joanne O'BRIEN 174 30.53%

Personal Choice 0.0%

Total 570 100.00%

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Guest Congratulations Row B!

Congratulations to Row B. You ran a clean professional campaign. Your literature and message was on target and factual. The Dem letter was very effective in getting the facts out about both candidates for mayor. The ward letters in my ward for Millan, and the one I saw for Doran in the 4th ward, were very well done. I also thought your time spent at my door was great at letting me know what your plan for the town is and how it is working.

I am sure that you will continue to run the town in the same professional manor. I would also guess that you do not often hear 'Thank you'-- but I for one am grateful and Happy that you have won. My thanks for all that you do for our town!

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Poster: Why wasn't the Fourth Ward tallies posted?

Based upon her past record of such, has O'Brien already filed some legal action or challenge?

Oh, by the way, I see that Christine O'Donnell was defeated in her Delaware Senate bid.

Happy Belated Halloween, Joan!!!

HERE YOU GO ASSHOLE

check the web site first before posting ...

that your soooo stupid!!!!! or lazy....

County Election Results "Live" on Election Night

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Hudson County, NJ

General Election Unofficial Results

November 2, 2010

Last Updated: November 3, 2010 9:54 AM

Registration & Turnout

309,993 Voters

Vote Count Percent

Election Day Turnout 90,416 29.17%

Mail-In Ballot Turnout 0 0.00%

Provisional Turnout 0 0.00%

Federal Overseas Turnout 0 0.00%

Remove Residence Turnout 0 0.00%

Total 90,416 29.17%

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House of Representatives 9th District

103/106 97.17%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Michael A. AGOSTA 5,271 30.54%

UNA - Steven R. ROTHMAN 11,554 66.93%

UNA - Patricia ALESSANDRINI 434 2.51%

Personal Choice 3 0.02%

Total 17,262 100.00%

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House of Representatives 10th District

58/59 98.31%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Michael J. ALONSO 1,529 16.92%

UNA - Donald M. PAYNE 7,083 78.36%

UNA - Robert Louis TOUSSAINT 173 1.91%

UNA - Joanne MILLER 247 2.73%

Personal Choice 7 0.08%

Total 9,039 100.00%

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House of Representatives 13th District

277/286 96.85%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Henrietta DWYER 13,815 24.22%

UNA - Albio SIRES 41,420 72.62%

UNA - Maximo Gomez NACER 662 1.16%

UNA - Anthony ZANOWIC 1,094 1.92%

Personal Choice 49 0.09%

Total 57,040 100.00%

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General Assembly 31st District (Unexpired)

157/164 95.73%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Joseph TURULA 4,919 17.46%

UNA - Jason O'DONNELL 18,465 65.54%

UNA - Robert MAYS 2,415 8.57%

UNA - Denis F. WILBECK 2,360 8.38%

Personal Choice 16 0.06%

Total 28,175 100.00%

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County Sheriff

438/451 97.12%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Juan M. PEREZ 25,750 32.10%

UNA - Frank X. SCHILLARI 52,237 65.12%

UNA - Herbert H. SHAW 2,189 2.73%

Personal Choice 40 0.05%

Total 80,216 100.00%

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East Newark Council At Large

2/2 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Charles F. TIGHE 151 50.84%

UNA - Jose SILVA 146 49.16%

Personal Choice 0 0.00%

Total 297 100.00%

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Guttenberg Council At Large

6/6 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Alfonso CASO 1,068 49.56%

UNA - Donna FLORIO 1,087 50.44%

Personal Choice 0 0.00%

Total 2,155 100.00%

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Harrison Mayor

11/11 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Raymond J. McDONOUGH 1,544 65.65%

UNA - Maria McCORMICK 807 34.31%

Personal Choice 1 0.04%

Total 2,352 100.00%

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Harrison Ward 1 Council

2/2 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Jesus R. HUARANGA 291 68.79%

UNA - Michael GAVINI 132 31.21%

Personal Choice 0 0.00%

Total 423 100.00%

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Harrison Ward 2 Council

3/3 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Anselmo MILLAN 325 60.75%

UNA - Stephen McCORMICK 209 39.07%

Personal Choice 1 0.19%

Total 535 100.00%

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Harrison Ward 3 Council

3/3 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Laurence M. BENNETT 493 70.23%

UNA - Domingos RODRIGUES 208 29.63%

Personal Choice 1 0.14%

Total 702 100.00%

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Harrison Ward 4 Council

3/3 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - James P. DORAN 396 69.47%

UNA - Joanne O'BRIEN 174 30.53%

Personal Choice 0 0.00%

Total 570 100.00%

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Hoboken Ward 4 Council (Non Partisan)

4/4 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Mike LENZ 791 48.44%

UNA - Tim OCCHIPINTI 841 51.50%

Personal Choice 1 0.06%

Total 1,633 100.00%

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Jersey City Ward B Council (Non Partisan)

31/33 93.94%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Isaiah J. GADSDEN 580 20.49%

UNA - Earlin THOMAS 190 6.71%

UNA - Raymond J. SKOP 123 4.34%

UNA - Diane VERLINGO 179 6.32%

UNA - David P. DONNELLY 1,375 48.57%

UNA - Esther WINTNER 381 13.46%

Personal Choice 3 0.11%

Total 2,831 100.00%

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Kearny Ward 1 Council

8/8 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Albino CARDOSO 582 99.49%

Personal Choice 3 0.51%

Total 585 100.00%

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Kearny Ward 2 Council

6/6 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Laura CIFELLI-PETTIGREW 497 99.00%

Personal Choice 5 1.00%

Total 502 100.00%

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Kearny Ward 3 Council

9/9 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Eileen ECKEL 875 98.20%

Personal Choice 16 1.80%

Total 891 100.00%

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Kearny Ward 4 Council

7/7 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Susan A. McCURRIE 760 98.96%

Personal Choice 8 1.04%

Total 768 100.00%

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Secaucus Ward 1 Council

5/5 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Robert ZYCH 363 30.89%

UNA - Gary JEFFAS 812 69.11%

Personal Choice 0 0.00%

Total 1,175 100.00%

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Secaucus Ward 2 Council

5/5 100.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Nancy MATTEO 320 20.40%

UNA - James J. CLANCY, Sr. 1,248 79.54%

Personal Choice 1 0.06%

Total 1,569 100.00%

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Secaucus Ward 3 Council

3/4 75.00%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Mark BRUSCINO 406 33.20%

UNA - Susan PIRRO 816 66.72%

Personal Choice 1 0.08%

Total 1,223 100.00%

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Public Quesion No. 1

438/451 97.12%

Vote Count Percent

UNA - Yes 28,761 77.91%

UNA - No 8,153 22.09%

Total 36,914 100.00%

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Congratulations to Row B. You ran a clean professional campaign. Your literature and message was on target and factual. The Dem letter was very effective in getting the facts out about both candidates for mayor. The ward letters in my ward for Millan, and the one I saw for Doran in the 4th ward, were very well done. I also thought your time spent at my door was great at letting me know what your plan for the town is and how it is working.

I am sure that you will continue to run the town in the same professional manor. I would also guess that you do not often hear 'Thank you'-- but I for one am grateful and Happy that you have won. My thanks for all that you do for our town!

I wasn't at the Elks afterwards, but I heard that in the mayor's victory speech he said that that there will be more layoffs. Is this true? If so, in what departments? Can somebody who was there either confirm or dispel that rumor. I am a taxpayer and I am very concerned about the future of our town. If there are to be layoffs they should be done after a true and honest asssessment of what is no longer necessary in these difficult financial and economic times. Please only honest responses..I am not trying to stir up anything here, just looking for an honest reply. Thank you.

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I wasn't at the Elks afterwards, but I heard that in the mayor's victory speech he said that that there will be more layoffs. Is this true? If so, in what departments? Can somebody who was there either confirm or dispel that rumor. I am a taxpayer and I am very concerned about the future of our town. If there are to be layoffs they should be done after a true and honest asssessment of what is no longer necessary in these difficult financial and economic times. Please only honest responses..I am not trying to stir up anything here, just looking for an honest reply. Thank you.

There absolutely will be more layoffs, they will be well thought and they will be where needed. The first one will be Steve Mccormick on December 31st.

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There absolutely will be more layoffs, they will be well thought and they will be where needed. The first one will be Steve Mccormick on December 31st.

Thanks for the reply. But I was looking for a legitimate response. The election is over, so can't anybody be civil on this site? All I asked was if Mayor McDonough mentioned layoffs in his victory speech. Not a very difficult question to answer; a simple "yes" or "no" would suffice.

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Thanks for the reply. But I was looking for a legitimate response. The election is over, so can't anybody be civil on this site? All I asked was if Mayor McDonough mentioned layoffs in his victory speech. Not a very difficult question to answer; a simple "yes" or "no" would suffice.

All crossing guards will be outsourced. the former bus driver now works in the DPW will be eliminated as well as 3 other in that department, simply going according to seniority. About 2-3 library employees will be laid off as well as one IT position. Why don't you ask Larry? he knows everything, just can't read.

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