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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 TC on November 9, 2011 at 10:19am

Let's all thank Waving willie for derailing this thread in to prejudiced slights in only 10 comment posts. Worse, it was seriously uninspired trolling.

If less than "1500 yups" voted for Steve Gold, what is the appropriate classification of the less than 1900 people who voted for Randy Casale? I can't be the only one curious about the taxonomy of Beacon voters.

I felt there was an unfortunate negativity in this election, and thanks to Waving willie for reminding us we should all be divided and see our neighbors as undesirables... for the benefit of Beacon!

Comment by Hollis Bogdanffy-Kriegh on November 9, 2011 at 9:58am

Yes, voter turnout was pathetic. We all have to try harder... But your characterization of Gold supporters as "yups" is insulting. I am 57. I believe in participatory government and I am no "yup"... if such a thing actually exists in this day and age.

 

Comment by Neil Harris on November 9, 2011 at 9:58am
What a pathetic turnout for a supposedly vibrant and engaged community. Can't we do better? Perhaps voting should be mandatory, like school, filing taxes, and jury duty.
Comment by Ryan Green on November 9, 2011 at 9:03am

Jo, you misquoted me.  I wasn't speaking of Randy at all, I was saying that the general public tends to be critical of any elected official and I was suggesting that people SHOULD BE SUPPORTIVE of the new mayor and should remain involved.

Comment by Hollis Bogdanffy-Kriegh on November 9, 2011 at 9:00am
I didn't mean for that to indicate party affiliation, I meant that WE ALL have to work together.
Comment by Hollis Bogdanffy-Kriegh on November 9, 2011 at 8:39am
All this means is that those of us who really care will have to commit to being even more involved... NO PROBLEM.
Comment by Ryan Green on November 9, 2011 at 7:44am

I'm sad that Steve lost the election.  He has been a great mayor and I'm very sorry he won't be able to continue in this role.   I hope everyone who voted for Randy Casale understands that the Mayor can't wave a magic wand and make everything perfect.  Running a city is an ongoing, every-changing process and requires community involvement.

Comment by Martha on November 9, 2011 at 7:20am
Who are all those people who didn't vote for Steve? Everyone I spoke to DID vote for him... It's just too bad...
Comment by Ben Royce on November 9, 2011 at 1:01am

No, we have to say something to Steve: a damn good mayor. A consummate compassionate pro working under crushing economic conditions. There's a lot of anger out there, and Steve got way more of it than he deserved. Politics is brutal.

 

Comment by Brian Murnane on November 9, 2011 at 12:39am

congratulations, you know... whoever.

 

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