2017-11-22 / Front Page

Council Member Crowley On 30th District Results

After the Board of Elections performed a final tally in the race for the 30th City Council District contest, Bob Holden was found to indeed be the winner, by 137 votes, slightly more than his 133-vote lead counted on election night.

Council Member Elizabeth Crowley released the following statement on the election results:

“I want to thank my family, friends, staff, volunteers, colleagues, and everyone who came out to support my reelection bid.

“The last nine years have been some of the most rewarding and fulfilling of my entire life. I want to thank the communities of Glendale, Maspeth, Middle Village, Ridgewood, Woodhaven, and Woodside for both believing in me and working together to make our communities better. It has been a true honor.

“Integrity, dedication and hard work – these are the values I was raised on. They are the same values I brought every single day to my work as Council member. I’m proud of the work we have done – expanding and strengthening our schools, securing vital emergency services, creating the borough’s largest landmarked neighborhood, and giving voice to the underserved and most vulnerable in our community.

“The results of this election will not change my commitment to public service. I intend to spend the remaining weeks of my term in office working tirelessly on behalf of my constituents. Whatever the future holds, I will bring the same passion and dedication to fighting for our community that I brought to my work as Council member.”


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