Queens NY Election Results
Queens Neighborhoods / November 3, 2009. Michael Bloomberg won his re-election bid for mayor with a bit over 50% of the votes vs 46% of the votes for William Thompson Jr. Bloomberg broke U.S. history records by spending between $90 - $100 million of his own money on the campaign, outspending his opponent 14 to 1.
In other city wide offices, Queens resident John Liu (D) won the Comptroller's office with 76% of the votes. Meanwhile, Helen Marshall (D) cruised to an easy election victory as the Queens Borough president, beating Robert Hornak by a margin of 76% vs 20% of the votes, respectively. The winners of the remainder of the Queens city council races by district were as follows: 19th - Daniel Halloran III (R) 53%, 20th - Peter Koo (R) 50%, 21st - Julissa Ferraras (D) unopposed, 22nd - Peter Vallone Jr. (D) 75%, 23rd - Mark Weprin (D) 67%, 24th - James Gennaro (D) unopposed, 25th - Daniel Dromm (D) 76%, 26th - James Van Bramer 70%, 27th - LeRoy Comrie Jr (D) unopposed, 28th - Thomas White Jr (D) 88%, 29th - Karen Koslowitz (D) 63%, 30th - Elizabeth Crowley (D) 59%, 31st - James Sanders Jr (D) 89% and Eric Ulrich (R) 59%. Source: NYT / AP.
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