"Nancy Pelosi," he shouted into the mike, "you're fired!" The revelers who had begun filtering in around 8 p.m. were buoyed by closer-than-expected races in the 49th state Senate District, and what appeared to be a victory for newcomer Don Miller over incumbent Al Stirpe in the 121st Assembly District race. None, including [Tom Dadey], had predicted that Ann Marie Buerkle would be holding a lead over 25th District Congressman Dan Maffei by the time the sun set the next day."Andrew Cuomo will be the next governor," predicted the unpredictable [Joanie Mahoney], who had crossed party lines to endorse Cuomo. "New York will elect two Democratic senators" she continued, "and Dan Maffei will be re-elected." And in the 49th state Senate race? Mahoney felt that one was too close to call.His thoughts on the campaign? "It was exactly what I expected. I'm not nave; I knew what I was getting into. I didn't perceive the campaign as nasty like everybody says it was." He portrayed himself as a candidate who had taken the high road, criticizing his opponent's record while [David Valesky]'s ads attacked him personally. Even the demands of fund-raising didn't seem to bother [Andrew Russo]. "Raising money is something I feel comfortable with."