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CITY OF BEACON - City Mayor
VOTE FOR 1
10 out of 10 election district(s) reported.
CANDIDATE VOTES RECEIVED PERCENTAGE LEADING CANDIDATE
Randy J. Casale 1,841 56.060% X
Steven K. Gold 1,441 43.879%  
Write-in 2 0.061%  
TOTAL 3,284 100.000%  

 

CITY OF BEACON - City Judge
VOTE FOR 1
10 out of 10 election district(s) reported.
CANDIDATE VOTES RECEIVED PERCENTAGE LEADING CANDIDATE
Timothy G. Pagones 2,128 99.672% X
Write-in 7 0.328%  
TOTAL 2,135 100.000%  

 

CITY OF BEACON - Councilmember Ward 1
VOTE FOR 1
2 out of 2 election district(s) reported.
CANDIDATE VOTES RECEIVED PERCENTAGE LEADING CANDIDATE
Diane M. Spiak-Pisanelli 382 50.596% X
Marlene M. Fredericks 372 49.272%  
Write-in 1 0.132%  
TOTAL 755 100.000%  

 

CITY OF BEACON - Councilmember Ward 2
VOTE FOR 1
3 out of 3 election district(s) reported.
CANDIDATE VOTES RECEIVED PERCENTAGE LEADING CANDIDATE
Pamela A. Seegler 306 44.412%  
Charles P. Kelly 383 55.588% X
Write-in 0 0.000%  
TOTAL 689 100.000%  

 

CITY OF BEACON - Councilmember Ward 3
VOTE FOR 1
3 out of 3 election district(s) reported.
CANDIDATE VOTES RECEIVED PERCENTAGE LEADING CANDIDATE
Agnes M. Compagnone 481 52.283% X
Benjamin A. Giardullo 439 47.717%  
Write-in 0 0.000%  
TOTAL 920 100.000%  

 

CITY OF BEACON - Councilmember Ward 4
VOTE FOR 1
2 out of 2 election district(s) reported.
CANDIDATE VOTES RECEIVED PERCENTAGE LEADING CANDIDATE
Sara J. Pasti 381 52.335% X
Thomas J. Cunningham 347 47.665%  
Write-in 0 0.000%  
TOTAL 728 100.000%  

 

CITY OF BEACON - Councilmember At Large
VOTE FOR 2
10 out of 10 election district(s) reported.
CANDIDATE VOTES RECEIVED PERCENTAGE LEADING CANDIDATE
Joseph J. Galbo 1,498 24.513%  
Justin J. Riccobono 1,547 25.315% X
George M. Mansfield 1,552 25.397% X
Ali T. Muhammad 1,505 24.628%  
Write-in 9 0.147%  
TOTAL 6,111 100.000%

 

MEMBER DUTCHESS COUNTY LEGISLATURE - DISTRICT 16
VOTE FOR 1
11 out of 11 election district(s) reported.
CANDIDATE VOTES RECEIVED PERCENTAGE LEADING CANDIDATE
Ori P. Brachfeld 1,038 48.122%  
Alison E. Macavery 1,119 51.878% X
Write-in 0 0.000%  
TOTAL 2,157 100.000%  

 

MEMBER DUTCHESS COUNTY LEGISLATURE - DISTRICT 18
VOTE FOR 1
8 out of 8 election district(s) reported.
CANDIDATE VOTES RECEIVED PERCENTAGE LEADING CANDIDATE
John V. Forman 1,207 50.629% X
Gennaro G. Landisi 1,175 49.287%  
Write-in 2 0.084%  
TOTAL 2,384 100.000%

 

COUNTY EXECUTIVE
VOTE FOR 1
247 out of 247 election district(s) reported.
CANDIDATE VOTES RECEIVED PERCENTAGE LEADING CANDIDATE
Daniel J. French 19,816 38.344%  
Marcus J. Molinaro 31,822 61.575% X
Write-in 42 0.081%  
TOTAL 51,680 100.000%  

 

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Comment by Preach It on November 9, 2011 at 1:21pm
Read the comments. You will find the definition of yuppie for the ones who do not know.
Comment by Preach It on November 9, 2011 at 1:18pm
That was funny. Even funnier were the comments. Here is another. It's called "Yuppies Don't belong in Brooklyn" lol maybe that's what they are moving up here lol http://www.youtube.com/all_comments?v=5Vpy2CLHLGw
Comment by Ryan Green on November 9, 2011 at 1:09pm

HA!  That rap and video is amazing!  I do enjoy white wine and reruns of Cheers. 

I was looking on YouTube for a yuppie video.  I wanted to use the Sesame Street aliens, but they say more of a "Yip, Yip" than a "Yup, Yup".

Comment by John Giunta on November 9, 2011 at 1:03pm
Comment by Ben Royce on November 9, 2011 at 12:58pm

Preach It I didn't delete your comments. The entire thread disappeared. When that happens, it is usually the person who posted the thread recalling his or her entire story, not a moderator.

 

Comment by Ryan Green on November 9, 2011 at 12:36pm

I understand you're just trying to rile people up for entertainment and that's fine, but I haven't heard "yuppie" used so much since the 80's and just had to look it up. Merriam-Weber dictionary defines  it as "a young college-educated adult who is employed in a well-paying profession and who lives and works in or near a large city."  Since when is it a bad thing to go to college to have a job?

Comment by Preach It on November 9, 2011 at 11:58am
Holly and Ryan - your comments were digs at Randy for your information just put in a nice way. This is what fake people do. I know my comments will get deleted because I speak the real and people (yups) can't handle the real (truth).
Comment by Preach It on November 9, 2011 at 11:55am
The townies have spoken!!!!
Comment by Preach It on November 9, 2011 at 11:54am
That's right Waving Willie! And not enough yups came out to support who they wanted. Oh well now we have a new mayor. Congrats Randy. And it is now finally time for a change yups. AND I would appreciate BEN ROYCE to stop deleting my comments. I was the first to announce the results and he/she/it deleted my post. SHAME ON YOU. What is this kindergarten or something. "ohhh everyone needs to play nice" lo yups
Comment by Jeff on November 9, 2011 at 10:36am

There are 7977 voters registered in the City of Beacon, 41% of whom came out to vote. While not a fantastic number, I don't think that the number can be characterized as pathetic, considering that this was not a national election, had no congressional races, and can easily be considered "local only." This number, by the way, does not include anyone who would have voted by absentee ballot, so that number may jump to 42%.

That's not a terrible number for this type of election and while I'd love to see something over 50%, unfortunately I don't think that those kinds of numbers are a reasonable expectation for this kind of election.

 

For the record, excluding absentee ballots, there were 145 fewer voters this Mayoral election than there were last mayoral election, although I don't have the numbers for how many were registered then, it is reasonable to assume that in the four years since that election many more people have moved to this city who are politically minded.

It should also be noted that 145 votes would not have swayed this election.

 

Congratulations to Randy!

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