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Update Shows Donnelly, Dariao, Quezada, Tawil Won (all D's)

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Omaha Steve Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Nov-11-11 07:43 PM
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Update Shows Donnelly, Dariao, Quezada, Tawil Won (all D's)

Robert Daraio and I are on the same union news list. I consider him a good friend.

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http://www.thedailyossining.com/news/update-shows-donnelly-dariao-quezada-tawil-won

by Tien-Shun Lee 11/10/11


Photo Credit: Tien-Shun Lee
An updated county Board of Elections website shows that Manuel Quezada won one of two seats for Ossining village trustee. He is the first Ecuadorean ever to hold elected office in Westchester.


OSSINING, N.Y. Sue Donnelly won the town supervisor race, Robert Daraio and Manuel Quezada won the village trustees race and John Fried and Mike Tawil won the town justices race, updated tallies from the county Board of Elections show.

According to the updated Board of Elections website, Donnelly, a Democrat, got 2,682 out of 5,162, or 52 percent of votes, while Republican opponent Peter Tripodi IV got 2,480, or 48 percent of votes for town supervisor.

Tripodi said he was still waiting for more accurate numbers to come in before he makes any comment on winning or losing.

"Those are the numbers that were called out by the people at the polling places. The Ossining clerk's numbers are different and more accurate," said Tripodi. "I'm going to wait for everything to come in before I say anything."

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