Reed won 57.7 percent of the vote to Mitrano’s 41.1 percent. The 16-point blowout comes two years after Reed beat Mitrano by eight and a half points in the 2018 midterms.
Liquor Sales Surge as Students Drink Through Election Week
Collegetown’s liquor stores saw an uptick in sales through election week.
Danks Burke Remains Hopeful About State Senate Race, Despite O’Mara Declaring Victory
Leslie Danks Burke’s (D) campaign remains hopeful that she can win the race for the New York State Senate’s 58th district seat as the counting of mail-in ballots continues.
Crowd Gathers on Commons to Celebrate Trump’s Defeat, Encourage Ongoing Progressive Advocacy
A “Protect the Ballot Count” rally on the Commons became a celebration of the Democratic Party’s victory on Saturday afternoon.
Big Red, White and Biden: First an Ice Cream Name, Now a Campus Cheer
Cheers, honks and relief filled the unusually-warm Ithaca fall air after Biden officially clinched the presidency at 11:25 a.m., surpassing 270 electoral votes after winning Pennsylvania.
Biden Hits 270, Wins the Presidency
The Associated Press called the state of Pennsylvania for former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) at 11:25 a.m. Saturday morning, and subsequently, the presidency.
Five (or, six) Cornellians Set to Serve in 117th Congress
Five Cornell alumni — all incumbents — were called the winners to serve in the 117th United States Congress. Six alumni lost their House races on Tuesday, with one remaining race too close to call at time of publication.
Although Races Not Officially Certified, Democrat Assemblywoman and Republican State Senator Maintain Sizeable Leads
With thousands of mail-in ballots yet to be processed, neither elections for the 125th district in the New York State Assembly nor the 58th district of the State Senate have officially been called. However, Anne Kelles (D) is ahead in the State Assembly race and Tom O’Mara (R-N.Y.) is ahead in the State Senate race.
Cornell, Campus Orgs Provide Resources to Alleviate Stress, Anxiety as Election Remains Undecided
Nov. 3 became another source of anxiety for many students: As of Wednesday night, the outcome of the nail-biting 2020 presidential election is still undecided.
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Mayor Svante Myrick ’09 Works to Defend the Black Vote
Mayor Svante Myrick ’09 joined other elected officials across the nation for the Defend the Black Vote campaign, reaching out to Black voters across the country to encourage them to vote.
Post-Election, Abolitionist Groups Rally for Efforts ‘Beyond the Ballot Box’
Local anti-racist activists gathered at the Bernie Milton Pavilion Nov. 4 for an informational rally called “Beyond the Ballot Box.”