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Goodell wins 150th Assembly race

November 7, 2012 With more than 61 percent of the vote, Andy Goodell, R-C-I Chautauqua County, is going back to Albany On Tuesday, Goodell defeated Dr. more »»

November 7, 2012 The votes are in, and the people have elected Judge John Ward as Chautauqua County Court Judge. The Republican incumbent received 63 percent. more »»

State Senator Cathy Young was returned to continue her good work in Albany after winning re-election (unchallenged -see why “Vote Cathy Young”)

Freshman Congressman Tom Reed re-elected to a 2nd term.

Congressman Reed carried Chautauqua County (the 1 county in which he was not an incumbant) by over 2000 votes, and won all but 1 county (Tompkins, a democrat stronghold from which his opponent hailed) of the 11 he represents.

Reed participates in county chamber forum

November 10, 2012 By DUSTEN RADER – The OBSERVER

JAMESTOWN – Residents of Chautauqua County were invited to meet their new choice for the House of Representatives on Friday.

The Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce held its federal congressional luncheon Friday with recently elected Republican incumbent U.S. Rep. Tom Reed of the new 23rd congressional district seat at Moon Brook Country Club in Jamestown.

“I appreciate the support because we had a great turnout here in Chautauqua County,” said Reed. “That’s why we wanted to come over here immediately after the election to send the message that it’s not just about showing up during the campaign, but also showing up once you’re in the office. Chautauqua County is a critical component of Western New York, and we’re going to make sure that we’re here and doing the work.”

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Election 2012: How the region voted

Voter turnout in Chautauqua County has increased since the 2008 Presidential Election, but voter enrollment has declined in those four years.

Additionally, following Tuesday’s election, it appears voters are not sticking to party lines. New York state voter enrollment forms show a total of 27,220 registered Democratic voters in the county, and 26,133 registered Republican voters. There are also 4,674 registered Independent; 1,978 Conservative; and 433 registered Working Families.

Despite these numbers, the county overwhelmingly voted Republican on Tuesday…

County votes higher for RomneyNovember 7, 2012 While President Barack Obama won the national election, Chautauqua County voters turned out for Mitt Romney by about 9 percent more of the total vot…
Obama wins were smaller in 2012 – Cities of Dunkirk, Jamestown, …
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