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2018 Election Results for Orleans County



It's always a challenge for Democrats in Orleans County because Republicans have nearly a 2 to 1 enrollment advantage. As always, we are proud of all our local and regional candidates because they all ran fair and honest campaigns.


Here are the unofficial results from the Orleans County Board of Elections:


(Party abbreviations: D = Democratic, WF = Working Families, I = Independence, WE = Women’s Equality, R = Republican, C = Conservative, REF = Reform, G = Green, SAM = Serve America Movement, L = Libertarian)


Governor


Andrew M. Cuomo, D, WF, I, WE – 2,892


Marc Molinaro, R, C, REF – 8,531


Howie Hawkins, G – 114


Stephanie A. Miner, SAM – 98


Larry Sharpe, L – 686


State Comptroller


Thomas P. DiNapoli, D, WF, I, WE, REF – 4,462


Jonathan Trichter, R, C – 7,179


Mark Dunlea, G – 95


Cruger E. Gallaudet, L – 168


Attorney General


Letitia A. James, D, WF, I – 3,201


Keith Wofford, R, C – 8,133


Michael Sussman, G – 101


Nancy B. Sliwa, REF – 79


Christopher B. Garvey, L ­– 205


U.S. Senator


Kirsten E. Gillibrand, D, WF, I, WE – 4,288


Chele Chiavacci Farley, R, C, REF – 7,661


State Supreme Court, 8th Judicial District (pick two)


Paula L. Feroleto, D, R, C ­– 11,020


John M. Curran, D, R, C – 10,775


U.S. Representative, 27th District


Nathan D. McMurray, D, WF, WE – 4,505


Chris Collins, R, C, I ­– 7,269


Larry Piegza, REF – 286


State Senate, 62nd District


Robert Ortt, R, C, I, REF – 9,691


Peter A. Diachun, G – 891


State Assembly, 144th District (which includes the Town of Shelby in Orleans)


Joseph DiPasquale, D, WF, WE ­– 445


Michael J. Norris, R, C, I, REF ­– 895


State Assembly, 139th District (which includes 9 towns in Orleans, except Shelby)


Stephen Hawley, R, C, I, REF ­– 8,851


Mark Glogowski, L – 687


Albion Town Justice (pick two)


Joseph Fuller, R – 1,143


Gary Moore, D, R – 1,451


Gaines Councilperson (1-year term to fill vacancy)


Joyce Riley, D – 367


Corey Black, R – 556


Kendall Town Justice


David Gaudioso, R – 810


Murray Councilperson (1-year term to fill vacancy)


Neil Valentine, R – 808


Joseph Sidonio, C, I – 597


Shelby Councilperson (1-year term to fill a vacancy)


Jeffrey D. Smith, R ­– 1,028

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