Voters Decide Local Primaries in Judge Races

Oyster Bay, Glen Cove and Nassau-wide races on primary ballot.

Local voters Thursday for the New York State Primary Elections and decided several party races.

The winners now go on to the general election in November.

A Nassau County decided on three candidates for County Court Judge: The winners were (with vote totals and percentage of total votes):

  • David P. Sullivan (1,048; 25 percent)
  • Fran Ricigliano (904; 21 percent)
  • Teresa Corrigan (650; 15 percent).
  • Others on the ballot were Helene Gugerty, Robert Spergel and Martin Massell.

The 1st District Court Judge Independence Party race had two opponents. The winner was:

  • Anthony W. Paradiso (999; 67 percent) over
  • Susan T. Kluewer (485; 33 percent).

In Oyster Bay, there is a primary for 4th District Court Judge, where the top three vote getters go on to the November election. The winners were

  • William J. O'Brien (257; 29 percent)
  • Colin F. O'Donnell (238; 27 percent)
  • Douglas J. Lerose (174; 20 percent)
  • Others in the race were Arshad Majid, Kimberly L. Snow and Marc Laykind.

In Glen Cove, there was also a two man primary for Glen Cove City Judge. The winner was:

  • Richard J. McCord (53; 74 percent) over
  • Timothy J. Tenke (19; 26 percent).


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