2015 Election Results


UnknownIt’s unanimous, all of the incumbents will be around for another term.

Madeline Singas, Acting District Attorney since January, garnered 57.93 percent of the votes to beat out  Town of Hempstead Supervisor Kate Murray as District Attorney, 113,110 to 82,028.

Democrat Judi Bosworth was reelected as Town of North Hempstead Supervisor, running the fifth largest township in the United States, with 63.22 percent of the votes against Republican challenger Anthony Bulzomi, 20,122 to 9,587.

With 65.84 percent of the votes, Anna Kaplan (D) was reelected as Town of North Hempstead Fourth District Councilwoman against Mary Kay Barket, 3,101 to 1,608.

Ellen Birnbaum (D), the 10th Legislative District incumbent, was reelected with 62.68 percent of the votes over Lisa Benjamin (R), 5,300 to 3,014.

Charles Berman (D, WFP, I) was reelected as Town of North Hempstead Receiver of Taxes with 65.08 percent of the votes over Scott D. Diamond (R, C), 18,947 to 10,157.


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