Election Results: Babylon Council, 14th Leg. District

A look at the final voting numbers for Babylon Town Council seats and local legislative district.

Election night was a Democratic victory in Babylon as candidates won the two seats on the town council and incumbent Legislator Wayne Horsley was returned to office with resounding voter support.

In the race for Suffolk County Executive, Babylon Town native and current Town Supervisor Steve Bellone won easily.

Here is the final vote counts for candidates and the percentage each garnered in their race.

 Babylon Town Council 

Candidate Vote Count Percentage *Jacqueline Gordon (D) 14,831 28.28% Tom Donnelly (D) 14,362 28.25% Tom Gargiulo (R) 11,590 22.79% Matt Groh (R) 10,490 20.63%

13 write in votes
*notes incumbent

Suffolk County Legislature District 14

Candidate Vote Total Percentage *Wayne Horsley (D) 7,352 67.74% Edward Blankenhorn (R) 3,235 29.81% Cesar Malaga (Green) 264 2.43%

1 write in vote
*notes incumbent

Suffolk County Executive

Candidate Vote Total Percentage Steve Bellone (D) 130,607 56.56% Angie Carpenter (R) 100,119 43.36%


157 write in votes

Gary Weiner November 10, 2011 at 03:10 AM
Who replaces Bellone now as Town Supervisor?
Judy Mottl November 10, 2011 at 01:55 PM
That's up to the county and town democratic committees as someone will be appointed. We'll be posting an article either today or tomorrow on the process and potential supervisor candidates. They have until January to make the decision.
bill celona November 11, 2011 at 01:12 PM
congratulations to Steve Bellone but don't look now but Republicans conservatives and independents alike are getting motivated to also have a voice and be a part of decision making in the town of Babylon.For far too long its been just one voice .
K Dee November 08, 2012 at 12:48 PM
Congrats to Steve Bellone, he has done wonderful things for our town and I'm glad he'll continue the great job he's been doing!
K Dee November 08, 2012 at 12:49 PM
I love the summer concert series!


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