The Rural Patriot

November 8, 2006

Kuhl/Massa Vote by County and Other Election Stuff

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Allegany: 100%
* Kuhl = 7,732 (62%)
* Massa = 4823 (38%)

Cattaraugus: 100%
* Kuhl = 11,324 (56%)
* Massa = 8,957 (44%)

Chemung: 100%
* Kuhl = 12,715 (52%)
* Massa = 11,511 (48%)

Monroe: 100%
* Kuhl = 30,048 (43%)
* Massa = 39,315 (57%)

Ontario: 100%
* Kuhl = 13,985 (51%)
* Massa = 13,272 (49%)

Schuyler: 100%
* Kuhl = 3,252 (56%)
* Massa = 2,563 (44%)

Steuben: 100%
* Kuhl = 17,134 (62%)
* Massa = 10,363 (38%)

Yates: 100%
* Kuhl = 3,736 (54%)
* Massa = 3,175 (46%)

I’m still owe you Seneca Nation Results, and NY State numbers. In the meantime, enjoy the following:

STATE

Cattaraugus County Election Results
The Empire Zone – Politics Across the Region from The New York Times

A blog from the metropolitan staff of The Times about politics in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, supplementing our news coverage.

Clinton and Democrats Sweep Races in New York
Republicans Keep Control of the Senate in New York

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5 Comments »

  1. I and many other Massa volunteers are glad that Eric will wait for every vote to be counted. We
    will concede nothing and stand proudly with our
    candidate, a man of honor & integrity. He has a terrific campaign staff and a wonderful family. Beverly Massa is fabulous, as are Alexandra and Justin. We thank them all!

    Comment by SuziQ — November 9, 2006 @ 5:47 pm | Reply

  2. Pls. PLS. talk some sense into Mr. Massa. Lordy, he did so well and ran so strong and spoke about the high road and Naval Code of Honor and all that…..This fella is gonna seem like a stubborn cartoon before it’s over and CERTAINLY make anyone who voted for Randy Kuhl convinced they did the right thing. Mr. Massa needs to move fast and be gracious. He still might be able to show he is the equal to, or superior of, “Fifty-One Per Cent Randy” but with each passing day his standing, not to mention prospects for the future, diminish. Sadly from Olean….

    Comment by Olean gal — November 9, 2006 @ 9:18 pm | Reply

  3. P.S. Check out the Hornell Evening Tribune’s detailed report of Election Night including Mr. Kuhl’s remark to one of the Western County GOP Chairmen (when they reported turnaround numbers from their area) that: “Looks like a good Congressional District to me.” He said that, I’m sure as a joke and stress-reliever since according to the report everyone had been quiet, studying his trailing numbers as reported from a Monroe COunty tv station. When you think about it, though, it does sort of reveal his contempt for Monroe County. As if he objects to the fact that he might actually have to deal with a district portion with the sophistication/inclination to NOT vote like a robot for the Republican.

    Comment by Olean gal — November 9, 2006 @ 9:21 pm | Reply

  4. 10,000 ballots to be counted yet! What do you mean move on? My son’s vote is on one of those ballots! He wants it counted. I want it counted. One vote could win or loss this race. It isn’t over until the votes are counted. That is the high road and the American Way! Or don’t we have Democracy here in the 29th Congressional District?

    Comment by LV Vet — November 9, 2006 @ 10:10 pm | Reply

  5. Asking Mr. Massa, or any of the other candidates across the country that is going through this same experience, to step aside and concede is the last thing I would do. After the 2000 Florida election experience, where Al Gore actually did win the vote in that state once every ballot was counted, taught me that if any candidate contests and wants a recount/canvass/absentee/provisional ballot count before conceding, they should stand firm in their position until that request is fulfilled.

    Comment by theruralpatriot — November 9, 2006 @ 11:30 pm | Reply


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