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Residents vote in handful of primary races across Long Island

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News 12 Staff

Jun 27, 2023, 9:54 AM

Updated 360 days ago

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Residents vote in handful of primary races across Long Island
A few primary races were held Tuesday across Long Island.
As of 10 p.m., some unofficial results had been tabulated.
In Suffolk County, Arnott Gooding was leading Gerard Siller 66.92% to 32.82% for the Democratic primary for Shelter Island town supervisor.
In the Republican primary for county legislator in the 1st Legislative District, Catherine Stark was leading Greg Williams 62.33% to 37.40%.
Meanwhile, in Nassau County, there was a Democratic primary for city councilmember of Long Beach.
In that race, James Hodge held 25.86% of the vote while Elizabeth Treston received 25.58% of the vote. Tina Posterli and Karen McInnis trailed them with 23.74% of the vote and 23.20% of the vote respectively.
Stay with News 12 for the official final results as they come in.


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