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Padavan cautiously optimistic in Senate race with Avella

State Senator Frank Padavan continued his Election Day tradition of bringing cookies to poll workers in his districts at P.S. 178 in Jamaica; the same school his son and daughter attended.

Padavan seemed cautiously confident when asked what the major differences were between himself and his Democratic opponent, two-time councilmember Tony Avella.

“Credibility, integrity, honesty…common sense,” said Padavan, who noted that he was running on his over 38-year record of achievement in Queens, shortly after he cast his ballot at 1 p.m.

“Whoever you vote for; just vote,” said Padavan. “It’s important because your voice has to be heard.”

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