2017-11-08 / Front Page

Election Results 2017

There were no major surprises in the 2017 general election in New York City – the biggest is the historically low turnout, even lower than the primaries in September. With the number of precincts reporting at around 99%, below is a list of the winners and their percentages.
We still have one undecided contest – for Elizabeth Crowley’s seat in City Council District 30 (Middle Village, Glendale, Ridgewood and parts of Richmond Hill, Woodhaven and Forest Hills). Crowley said, “I am proud of my record and the campaign my team and I ran based on truth and hard work – values that I know my constituents care about. We have done tremendous work over the last nine years to make our communities a better place to live and raise a family, and I am confident once all of the numbers come in, we will have four more years to build on that success.” Republican Robert Holden, Crowley’s opponent, had no comment as we went to press.
It is still too close to call.
Other new public officials include former Assembly Member Francisco Moya (D) who ran unopposed to represent District 21 in the City Council, replacing Julissa Ferreras-Copeland who stepped down; and Daniel Rosenthal, who now represents District 27 in the State Assembly, replacing Michael Simanowitz, who unexpectedly passed away in September.

Bill de Blasio (D) has secured a second term with 66.5%, easily ahead of Assembly Member Nicole Malliotakis (R-AD 64), who earned less than a third of the votes with 27.8%, in this hotly contested race.

Scott Stringer (D) 76.8% beat Michel Faulkner (R) 19.5%

Letitia James (D) handily earned 73.9% over Juan Carlos Polanco (R) 15.7%

PROPOSAL 1: For a Constitutional Convention resoundingly voted “NO” with 83.2%, who felt it was too risky.

PROPOSAL 2: To Forfeit Public Pensions of Felons was a loud and clear “YES” at 72.9%

PROPOSAL 3: To allow maintenance work in Adirondack and Catskill forever wild preserves. While supported by environmental groups, it was a close call at 52.1% saying “YES”

Melinda Katz (D) with 78% easily maintaining her office for another term over contender William Kregler (R) 21.3%

District 19: Paul Vallone (D) 57.5% finished ahead of closest contender Konstantinos Poulidis (R) 24.6%, who split the vote with Paul Graziano (Ref) 17.9%.

District 22: Costa Constantinides (D) with a resounding 93.4% over Kathleen Springer’s (Dive In Party) 6.6%, it was no contest.

District 23: Barry Grodenchik (D) took a 64.7% share of votes, ahead of Joseph Concannon (R) who earned 33.3%.

District 24: Rory Lancman (D) 88.7% easily surpassed Mohammad Rahman (Ref) 11.3%.

District 26: Jimmy Van Bramer (D) garnered 85.5%, coasting ahead of Marvin Jeffcoat (R),14.5%

District 27: Daneek Miller (D) 95.1% must be beloved in his district, leaving only single digits for his closest contender, Rupert Green (R) 3.1%.

District 28: Went to Adrienne Adams with 86.2% over Hettie Powell (WF) 8.5%

District 30: At this time, Robert Holden (R) is edging out the incumbent, Elizabeth Crowley, 50.3% to 49.7%, a difference of 133 votes (10,221 and 10,088). Still to close to call.

District 32: Eric Ulrich (R) 65.8% easily defended his seat in the Council from Mike Scala (D), 34.2%

David Elliot (D) 17.1%
Gregory Lasak (D) 16.1%
Michael Aloise (D) 16.0%
Jodi Orlow-Mackoff (D) 12.8%
Richard Latin (D) 12.7%
Ulysses Leverett (D) 11.9%

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