Jamaica Times

Thursday, Nov. 5, 2009

Richmond Hill

Ulrich re-elected to first full term

Incumbent Republican Eric Ulrich, 24, won his first full term on the City Council Tuesday night with 58.11 percent, or 10,167 votes, handily beating Democrat Frank Gulluscio, 60, who received 41.89 percent, or 7,330 votes. Comment.
Queens Village

Far Rock man found guilty in 2 rape cases 8 years apart

It took a Queens Supreme Court jury 20 minutes Friday to convict a Rockaway man of two rapes, including a cold case from 13 years ago, the Queens district attorney said. Comment.
Queens Village

White, Sanders easily outpace Council rivals

Councilmen Thomas White (D-Jamaica) and James Sanders (D-Laurelton) defeated their opponents in Tuesday’s election to remain in office for another term . Comment.
Laurelton

Sanders, White retain seats on City Council

City Councilman James Sanders (D-Laurelton) will be back in City Hall for his third term next year after beating his Republican candidate Scherie Murray in Tuesday’s election. Comment.
Jamaica Times

Ulrich bests Democrat Gulluscio

Incumbent Republican Eric Ulrich, 24, won his first full term on the City Council Tuesday night with 58.11 percent of the vote, or 10,167 votes, handily beating Democrat Frank Gulluscio, 60, who received 41.89 percent, or 7,330 votes. Comment.

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