December 12, 2012 - 12:43am
Dynamic Democrat Sam Roberts earns a second term as Syracuse's New York state assemblyman.

Democrat Sam Roberts soundly defeated Republican John Sharon with 67 percent of the vote to win a second term as Syracuse assemblyman.

The two candidates were vying for the state's newly designated 128th Assembly District that represents the towns of Salina, Onondaga, DeWitt and parts of Syracuse.

Known for his personable character, Roberts always seems eager to interact with his constituents.