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There are a few legislative special elections I'll get to tomorrow, but other than that the only races I still have my eye one are:
-The super-close race for Nassau County Executive
-The Maine gay marriage vote -- The gay marriage law appears as though it will be overturned, but I haven't seen an official call.
-The race for County Executive in King County, Washington, which Democrat Dow Constantine appears likely to win
-Washington's gay rights vote
Since vote-counting in Washington typically takes days (you merely have to mail your ballot by election day) and since you can check these results as well as I can, I think I'm going to turn my attention to my write up of the day's ballot measures. Look for it tomorrow on Governing.com.
Overall, it was a good night for Republicans, but also a rather bizarre night when you factor in the Bloomberg saga and the surprise in New York-23. Thanks for reading!
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