Zeldin dominates in Orleans, 3-to-1 over Hochul
Lee Zeldin, a Republican congressman from Long Island, ran a campaign for governor to “Save our State.”
That message resonated in Orleans County, where he outpolled Kathy Hochul by more than 3-to-1. Zeldin received 10,270 votes in Orleans, compared to 3,242 for Hochul. Zeldin received 76 percent of the vote for governor in Orleans, compared to 24 percent for Hochul.
Other results include:
U.S. Senator – Charles Schumer (Dem. and Working Family) 3,728; Joe Pinion (Republican and Conservative) 9,509 and Diane Sare (other) 68.
Representative for Congress 24th District – Steve Holden (Dem) 1,616; Claudia Tenney (R, C) 4,965.
Representative for Congress 25th District – Joseph Morelle (D, WF) 1,567; La’Ron Singletary (R, C) 4,850
Comptroller: Thomas DiNapoli (D, WF) 3,851; Paul Rodriguez (R, C) 9,252
Attorney General: Letitia James (D, WF) 3,289; Michael Henry (R,C) 9,840
NYS Senate 62nd District: Robert Ortt, (R, C) 10,916
NYS Assembly 139th District: Jennifer Keys (D) 2,429; Stephen Hawley (R, C) 10,666
Justices of the Supreme Court (5 positions): Shannon Heneghan (D, WF) 3,099; Tracey Bannister (D, R, C, WF) 11,599; Craig Hannah (D, R, C, WF) 11,207; Kelly Vacco (D, R, C) 11,124; Gerald Greenan III (D, R, C) 10,582; and Joseph Lorigo (R, C) 9,561.
$4.2 billion environmental bond act: Yes, 5,167; No, 7,119
Albion Town Justice (2 positions): Gary Moore (D, R) 1,485; Joseph Fuller (R) 1,102
Carlton Town Justice: Michael Cliff (R) 875
Carlton Town Councilperson, 1 year to fill vacancy: Brian McCue (R) 854
Carlton Town Councilperson, 3 years to fill vacancy: Joshua Narburgh (R) 861
Shelby proposition to increase town supervisor term to 4 years: Yes, 560; No, 871