The results of yesterday's special elections for one state senate seat and four assembly seats are almost all in with two races too close to call:
- Senate District 27: The race between Republican David Storobin and Democrat NYC Councilman Lew Fidler is still too close to call and could come down to paper ballots.
- Assembly District 93: Unofficial results gives Democrat Shelley Mayer the win with 79%.
- Assembly District 100: Former Assemblyman Frank Skartados will be back in Albany after beating Republican John Forman.
- Assembly District 103: The race between Democrat Didi Barrett and Republican Rich Wager for Assembly District 103 is also still too close to call.
- Assembly District 145: Democrat running on the Republican line, Mickey Kearns beat Democrat Chris Fahey, a top aide to Rep. Brian Higgins, in an upset race.
|Senate||27||David Storobin||R, C|
|Senate||27||Lew Fidler||D, I|
|Assembly||93||Shelley Mayer||D, WFP, I|
|Assembly||100||Frank Skartados||D, WFP|
|Assembly||100||John Forman||R, C, I|
|Assembly||103||Didi Barrett||D, WFP|
|Assembly||103||Richard Wager||R, C, I|
|Assembly||145||Christopher Fahey||D, C, WFP|
|Assembly||145||Michael Kearns||R, I|
*Nolan will remain on the ballot but will not actively campaign.
Key: D - Democrat, R - Republican, C - Conservative, I - Independence, WFP - Working Families Party
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