From the Queens Campaigner:
The City’s Board of Elections released the official vote tally for the hotly contested Democratic primary for Council District 28, naming incumbent Thomas White the winner by the slimmest of margins.
White, who is running for his second term, beat challenger Lynn Nunes by four votes, with 1,940 Democratic constituents choosing him as their candidate, according to the BOE. The results were released by the BOE on Sept. 23.
Nunes is challenging.
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
It's White by 4 votes
Posted by Queens Crapper at 1:09 AM
Labels: democrats, Lynn Nunes, primaries, Thomas White
And there are people who say their vote doesn't count.
But, we all know they are justifying laziness.
Dump the Commissar. We can do it!
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