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Turnout mixed for local contests in Schenectady County

Duanesburg gets more than half of its voters to polls

On Sunday, three days before the election, someone folded the Schenectady Democrats' City Council campaign sign to hide Carl Erikson's name at the Labor Temple across from City Hall.
On Sunday, three days before the election, someone folded the Schenectady Democrats' City Council campaign sign to hide Carl Erikson's name at the Labor Temple across from City Hall.
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Duanesburg showed up the rest of Schenectady County on Election Night. Based on unofficial results, it appears likely that more than 50 percent of the registered voters in Duanesburg filled out a ballot Tuesday. It’s rare to break 50 percent even in a presidential year. To do it with just a local election on the ballot is unprecedented in recent years. “We call these local years ‘off years’ for a reason,” said Election Commissioner Art ...


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SchenectadyScott
November 7, 2013
7:35 a.m.

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B.S.........petty BS!

wmarincic
November 7, 2013
9:35 a.m.

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So again Vince Riggi is the lone voice of reason in Schenectady. He will continue to be left out of meetings while the democrats make their back room deals. Congratulations Schenectady, you managed to continue the downward spiral of the city, another 10 years and it wont have a single working taxpayer living in it.

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