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1978 New York's 21st congressional district special election

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Member Herman Badillo, who had served for 8 years, was appointed deputy mayor of New York City. He resigned December 31, 1977 from the U.S. House to become Mayor.

On February 14, 1978, Democratic state senator Robert Garcia easily beat fellow Democrat Louis Nine in a special election. Garcia had to run on the Republican election line, but was accepted back as a Democrat, once elected. He would continue to represent the district for 12 years.

District Incumbent Party First
Result Candidates
New York 21 Herman Badillo Democratic 1970 Incumbent resigned December 31, 1977 to become deputy mayor of New York City.
New member elected February 14, 1978.
Democratic hold.
Robert Garcia (Democratic)[a] 55.40%
Louis Nine (Democratic) 24.46%
Ramon S. Velez (Victory) 15.87%
Armando Montano (Build the Bronx) 2.74%
Israel Ruiz Jr. (Alliance for Progress) 1.52%[1]

See also


  1. ^ Winner was a Democrat who ran on the Republican line and was accepted back as a Democrat.


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