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On the ballot in Queens

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Posted: Thursday, October 28, 2010 12:00 am

Governor of New York State: Andrew Cuomo (D) Carl Paladino (R)

Lieutenant Governor*: Robert Duffy (D) Gregory Edwards (R)

State Attorney General: Eric Schneiderman (D) Dan Donovan (R)

State Comptroller: Tom DiNapoli (D) Harry Wilson (R)

U.S. Senator (full term): Chuck Schumer (D) Jay Townsend (R)

U.S. Senator (partial term): Kirsten Gillibrand (D) Joe DioGuardi (R)

5th Congressional District: Gary Ackerman (D) James Milano (R)

6th Congressional District: Greg Meeks (D) Asher Taub (R)

7th Congressional District: Joe Crowley (D) Kenneth Reynolds (R)

9th Congressional District: Anthony Weiner (D) Bob Turner (R)

12th Congressional District: Nydia Velazquez (D)

14th Congressional District: Carolyn Maloney (D) David Ryan Brumberg (R)

10th State Senatorial District: Shirley Huntley (D)

11th State Senatorial District: Tony Avella (D) Frank Padavan (R)

12th State Senatorial District: Mike Gianaris (D) Jerome Patrick Tina Jr. (R)

13th State Senatorial District: Jose Peralta (D) Richard La Salle (R)

14th State Senatorial District: Malcolm Smith (D) Samuel Benoit (R)

15th State Senatorial District: Joe Addabbo Jr. (D) Anthony Como (R)

16th State Senatorial District: Toby Stavisky (D)

22nd State Assembly District: Grace Meng (D)

16th State Senatorial District: Toby Stavisky (D)

23rd State Assembly District: Audrey Pheffer (D) Harold Paez (R)

24th State Assembly District: David Weprin (D) Tim Furey (R)

25th State Assembly District: Rory Lancman (D)

26th State Assembly District: Ed Braunstein (D) Vince Tabone (R)

27th State Assembly District: Nettie Mayersohn (D)

28th State Assembly District: Andrew Hevesi (D) Alex Powietrzynski (R)

29th State Assembly District: Bill Scarborough (D)

30th State Assembly District: Marge Markey (D) Tony Nunziato (R)

31st State Assembly District: Michele Titus (D)

32nd State Assembly District: Vivian Cook (D)

33rd State Assembly District: Barbara Clark (D)

34th State Assembly District: Michael DenDekker (D)

35th State Assembly District: Jeff Aubry (D)

36th State Assembly District: Aravella Simotas (D)

37th State Assembly District: Catherine Nolan (D) John Wilson (R)

38th State Assembly District: Mike Miller (D) Donna Marie Caltabiano (R)

39th State Assembly District: Francisco Moya (D)

The ballot propositions

Proposition 1** — Term Limits: Reduce from three to two the maximum number of consecutive full terms that can be served by elected city officials: and Make this change in term limits applicable only to those city officials who are first elected at or after the 2010 general election and; and Prohibit the City Council from altering the term limits of elected city officials then serving office. Shall this proposal be adopted?

Proposition 2** — Elections and Government Administration: Disclosure of Independent Campaign Spending: Require public disclosure of expenditures made by entities and individuals independent from candidates to influence the outcome of a city election or referendum; Ballot Access: Generally reduce the number of petition signatures needed by candidates for city elective office to appear on a ballot; Voter Assistance and Campaign Finance Board: Merge voter assistance functions, including a reconstituted Voter Assistance Advisory Committee, into the Campaign Finance Board, and change when Campaign Finance Board member terms begin; Conflicts of interest Law: Require all public servants to receive conflicts of interest training, raise the maximum fine for a public servant who violates the City's conflicts of interest law, and allow the city to recover any benefit obtained from such violations; City Administrative Tribunals: Authorize the Mayor to direct the merger of administrative tribunals and adjudications into the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings and permit the Department of Consumer Affairs to adjudicate all violations issued by that department; City Reporting Requirements and Advisory Bodies: Create a commission to review requirements for reports and advisory bodies and waive the requirements, subject to City Council review, where the commission finds they are not of continuing value: and Map of Facility Siting: Include in the City's facilities siting map those transportation and waste management facilities operated by or for governmental entities, or by private entities that provide comparable services. Shall this proposal be adopted?

Only major party candidates are included

* Lt. Governor candidates run on same ticket as their party’s gubernatorial candidates.

** Propositions are on the back of the ballot.

Source: NYC Board of Elections

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