Articles Tagged ‘recount’

Suozzi Hired By Lazard Investment Bank

Former Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi has been hired as a senior advisor to Manhattan-based international financial advisory and asset management firm Lazard Ltd., the…



Suozzi Joins Cablevision

Former Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi has been hired by one of his biggest campaign contributors, Cablevision Systems Corp., primarily to advise the company on its local high school sports multimedia initiative. Suozzi, a one-time New York State (NYS) Democratic gubernatorial candidate and recently ousted two-term Nassau County Executive, has been hired by Bethpage-based Cablevision as a consultant to its Local Media Group, according to an internal all-staff memo obtained by the Press.



Mangano Sworn In As Nassau County Exec

Amid a packed auditorium of supporters New Year’s Day at Bethpage High School, seven-term Republican Nassau County Legis. Ed Mangano took his oath of office…



Nassau’s Closing Election Tallies

The final tallies for Nassau’s too-close-to-call Nov. 3 elections are finally in, yet the results are still unofficial until certified by the county Board of Elections. Here are the figures as they stand at the end of the paper ballot count’s final day on Nov. 30:

Republican Legis. Ed Mangano leads incumbent Democratic County Executive Tom Suozzi by 386 votes.



Suozzi Expects Recount Verdict Soon

Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi says the results of a recount that has him in a virtual deadlock with his Republican challenger should be known…



Mangano Leads Suozzi As Count Continues

Nassau Republican Legis. Ed Mangano has expanded his lead against Democratic incumbent Tom Suozzi in the hair-splitting race for county executive, according to the latest ballot numbers from the county Board of Elections.

Teams of volunteers, Board of Elections workers and attorneys for both candidates have been working tirelessly since the Nov. 3 election to first, recount and verify the more than 245,000 votes cast in the battle through voting machines. On Nov. 16, the crews began counting, verifying and sometimes challenging each of the more than 8,000 absentee and affidavit paper ballots that will ultimately determine who will serve as the next top elected official in Nassau.