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March 8, 2011 Election

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    Member of the State Assembly; District 4Click here for more info on this contest including known links to other sites
    Runoff Election 5/3/2011 for top 2 vote-getters

    • Dennis Campanale, Democratic
      21,977 votes 31.3%
    • Beth B. Gaines, Republican
      15,952 votes 22.7%
    • John Allard, Republican
      15,226 votes 21.7%
    • Cheryl Bly-Chester, Republican
      6,788 votes 9.7%
    • Michael F. O'Connor, Republican
      3,929 votes 5.6%
    • Rob Matthews, Republican
      2,753 votes 3.9%
    • Matt Williams, Republican
      2,703 votes 3.9%
    • Bogdan "Bo" Ambrozewicz, Republican
      877 votes 1.2%

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