NY's Gillibrand wins Senate seat

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
November 3, 2010 03:27

 
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NEW YORK — Democratic US Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand on Tuesday has been elected in New York to the seat she was appointed to last year to replace Hillary Rodham Clinton .

The Associated Press called the race for Gillibrand over Republican Joe DioGuardi based on interviews with voters as they left the polls statewide Tuesday.

The special-election victory gives Gillibrand the seat until 2012, which would have been the end of Clinton's term if she hadn't resigned to become U.S. secretary of state.

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