Election Results: Islip Races

A look at the numbers for all town-wide seats from Election Day.

Voters in the Town of Islip spoke clearly Tuesday night in handing Republicans control of Town Hall for the first time in four years.

The only race that remains undecided is the contest for the supervisors position, where Republican Tom Croci currently leads incumbent Democrat Phil Nolan by 419 votes with 47,693 votes cast. About 1,700 absentee ballots need to be tallied before a winner can be declared.

Town Supervisor (choose one)

Candidate Vote Total *Phil Nolan (D, WFP) 49.6% Tom Croci (R, C, I) 50.4%


Town Council (choose two)

Candidate Vote Total *Gene Parrington (D, WFP) 22.0% Renee Ortiz (D, WFP) 21.9% John Cochrane (R, C, I) 28.1% Anthony Senft (R, C, I) 28.0%


Town Clerk (choose one)

Candidate Vote Total Olga H. Murray (R, C, I) 52.2% Ginny Fields (D) 47.8%

Receiver of Taxes (choose one)

Candidate Vote Total Alexis Weik (R, C, I) 56.9% Diane Rossi-Fontana (D, WFP) 43.1%
Matthew C. November 10, 2011 at 01:57 PM
I must say that I am extremely disappointed that the Nolan Reform Team was not elected! The town has had a recent horrible history with the Republican Party and the day Supervisor Nolan was elected; the town had begun a proper course of recovery! It is my hope that Supervisor Nolan is re-elected, as for the Republican Town Council it is my hope that they make good on their promises of recovering the broken economy and job situation on Long Island. Finally, if they don't maybe Islip will finally understand that they should elect the party with a history of progress! Nothing but the best to the Town of Islip and Supervisor Nolan!
Judy Cangemi November 11, 2011 at 02:25 PM
Do we have any idea when the absentee ballots will be counted?
Greg Sleter November 11, 2011 at 04:45 PM
Judy, Hi. We're working to get this info. We'll post an update ASAP. Thanks for reading!


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