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November 4th, 2008

Election Results *Updated 11:20PM



ORANGE COUNTY

Surrogate Judge-94%

Stephen Hunter (D,WF)

54,054

Robert Onofry ((R,I,C)

59,711

STATE SENATE

38th District-100%

Gregory Julian (D)

5,047

Thomas Morahan (R,I,C,WF)

9,999

39th District-93%

Lawrence Delarose (D)

30,759

William Larkin (R,I,C)

53,044

41st District-99%

Ken Dow (D)

37,739

Stephen Saland (R)

54,018

STATE ASSEMBLY

96th District-100%

Richard Randazzo (D,WF)

22,428

Nancy Calhoun (R,C)

24,570

97th District-85%

Jerome Sommer (D)

13,372

Annie Rabbitt (R,I,C)

24,828

100th District-100%

Frank Skartados (D,WF)

16,547

Tom Kirwan (R,I,C)

13,407

102nd District-98%

Jonathan Smith (D)

23,056

Joel Miller (R)

26,531

103rd District-100%

Ann Rubin (D)

13,426

Marc Molinaro (R)

23,465

CONGRESS

19th District-99%

John Hall (D,WF)

47,840

Kieran Lalor (R,C)

34,574

22nd District-86%

Maurice Hinchey (D,I,WF)

23,078

George Phillips (R,C)

12,751

Town of Newburgh - Anticipating that today will mark a critical moment in America’s history, Orange County Democratic Women announced their election night plans. There will be a joint effort in the County to bring activists and voters together for an Election Night Results Party. Event organizers include OCDW, the Latino Democratic Committee of Orange County, Obama Delegates Sonia Ayala and Fred Cook, Democratic Town Committees in Chester, Cornwall, Blooming Grove, Monroe, Woodbury and Town of Newburgh. These groups and individuals are pooling their resources in order to put together a memorable election night event so that residents of Orange County can witness the results of the most important election in modern time. 

“Sharing the experience as the results come in from national and local elections will be energizing. This is a night people will remember for years to come,” said Sandra Sciortino, president of OCDW.  Democrats expect this to be a celebration event. They are hopeful that the call for change that has taken hold in New York will sweep across the country and affect other states.  Orange County Democratic Women has been actively working with local and national campaigns to help Democratic candidates get elected. “These are critical times, and as the eyes of people from around the world watch to see what American voters do to help correct the course of the Bush Administration, Orange County residents will watch together in Newburgh,” said Maria Vazquez-Doles, Chair of Latino Democratic Committee of Orange County.

The event will start at 8 pm and last until 12 am. It will be held at the Quality Inn, 90 Route 17K, Newburgh, NY  12550 (845) 564-9020. Soda, coffee and hors d’oeuvres will be provided and there will be a cash bar for those who want other beverages.  There will be a big screen TV making it easy to watch election results.  Lap-tops are encouraged so that people can share election results from local races in the Mid-Hudson Valley as they become available.

“We hope people will join us to watch the election results come in,” said Sonia Ayala, Obama Delegate.  Ms. Ayala and Fred Cook have been key organizers in Orange County and have worked for months to ensure that Orange County voters support Obama. Along with Orange County Democratic Women, and Latino Democratic  Committee of Orange County, they have registered voters and worked across party lines to attract volunteers to get out the vote for Obama

Ms. Sciortino, Ms. Vazquez-Doles and Ms. Ayala agree that this has been the most active and exciting election season they can remember.  They feel the momentum building as Election Day nears and know that hopes are high that there is going to be a real change direction for this country on election night.



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