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November 13, 1997

  • NEWS: It's Gulotta In a Landslide

    • Republican Juggernaut

      You can forget all about the prognostication of all the pundits and political analysts. Forget too, all those television and radio spots, and the campaign literature that bulged from area mail boxes.

    • A Day and Night In Early November

      As Election Day dawned Tuesday morning, there was little suspense about what the ultimate outcome in Nassau would be.

    • Mike and Doreen

      Of all the races impacted by the Gulotta landslide, perhaps none needed that to feel that impact more - if you're speaking from the Republican perspective - than that in the Seventh Senatorial District where Assemblyman Michael Balboni was caught up in a neck-and-neck race with North Hempstead Councilwoman Doreen Banks.

    • The Tide Turns In the Townships

      As has been alluded, the biggest story of the night - bigger even than Mike Balboni's win in the Seventh Senatorial District - was the impact Gulotta's victories had on the town races.

    • Postscript

      "I may sound tired, but I'm fine," Said Mondello Wednesday morning. "I must say, I enjoyed the outcome last night tremendously and things really seem to have gelled in our favor."

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