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Van Bramer Gets it Done

Sept. 15, 2009 Staff Report

New York 1 News reported that with 100% of the vote counted, Jimmy Van Bramer has generated 46% of the vote and is the Democratic nominee for District 26, which covers Woodside, Sunnyside and Long Island City. Deidre Feerick, the other leading candidate, has garnered 37%.

Van Bramer will be running against Republican nominee Angelo Maragos.

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