Micah Kellner won the special election held Tuesday for an Assembly seat representing the Upper East Side.
Kellner, a Democrat and aide to the New York City comptroller, ran against Gregory Camp, a Republican who got beat up pretty bad at the polls. The Times reports 64 percent of the vote went to Kellner and Camp received 35 percent with 100 percent of the precincts reporting.
For a full wrap-up see the below links to the New York Times and — the always classy — New York Post.
Comptroller’s Aide Wins Upper East Side Assembly Seat [Times]
BISEXUAL POL WINS [Post]