Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Things looking up for Frank

As of 4 p.m., Republican Frank Padavan lead over Democratic challenger Jim Gennaro has grown to 707 votes, according to a reader in Queens participating in the recount and supporting Padavan.

Padavan's Lead Up to 707 Votes

About 1,600 paper ballots remain to be counted, down from about 8,000. The remaining ballots are form the 26th, 27th, 29th and 33rd ADs, at least two of which are considered by the Republicans to be strong for Padavan.

Looking Good for Padavan


Anonymous said...

Bravo. Don't much care for Padavan, but DETEST Gennaro.

Anonymous said...

If he wins , he will bring nothing back to his district.

Anonymous said...

Gennaro is owned by the developers;
is anti landmarking and screwed Jamaica on their rezoning plan.

Then, of course there is the SJU sellout!

What a pig!

Anonymous said...

Things looking up for Frank -

Thank God.

Gennaro - go away.

Kevin Walsh said...

I still think my paper ballot will put him over the top


Anonymous said...

I am a life time Democrat, but when I found out that Gennaro was accepting campaign donations from SJU developers while telling Jamaica Estates residents that he was against the dorm project I knew he could not be trusted. This issue was in the public eye but it makes you wonder what other sleazy Gennaro deals were not. I also question his supposed "green" commitment, did anyone ever tell him that it goes beyond wearing a green tie!

Anonymous said...

Frank is the kind of polition we need more of, one who actually cares about his district and shows up to civic assoc. meetings but more importantly follows through on promises he makes

Anonymous said...

Gennaro is busy praying to the dead Bengali guru, Sri Chinmoy buried in his private tennis court on 165th Street and Normal Road in Jamaica. You have to see it to believe it.

When Padavan wins this will tell you how effective Jim because he is a mind controlled fanatic disciple and member of the Sri Chinmoy Meditation Center Church, Inc.

Jim needs exit counseling, not a place in state politics. He was a really lousy council member.

Go Frank.