The City of Troy, New York, "Where Henry Hudson Turned Around."

Wednesday, November 09, 2005


We know this is a local blog, but there will be two big stories tomorrow: Saratoga and Bob Jacon. The Democrats did extremely well in Saratoga Springs and the county.

As for Jacon, the last count, with 99% reporting was Jacon 57%, DeAngelis 43%.

Troy City Council. it looks like the Democrats picked up a seat, but they should wait for the absentees. Not sure how many there are out there but it looks like Clem Campana will join the Council. Troy took a big step today. Clem's a good man.

Dunne easily defeated Pascarell.

It looks like Ryan beat Art Judge.

Mike LoPorto lost. But....he may run in Brunswick some day.

Henry Bauer will be the Council President, with a very strong showing. Good luck, Henry. If you do the job you're capable of doing, Troy will benefit.

The Democrats won in Stephentown and North Greenbush. Congratulations on a job well done.

Rensselaer City Hall is back in Democratic hands. A bit of a surprise, that one.

The Democrats swept the Supreme Court races, trouncing their opposition. Congrats, Judge Spain, Judge Egan and Judge Lynch. All three will serve us well. Why do we get the feeling that Uncle Joe is smiling at that sweep?

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