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President

Hillary Clinton
Challenger (Running) Democratic
Running Mate:
Tim Kaine Democratic
Gary Johnson
Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Running Mate:
William Weld Libertarian
Jill Stein
Challenger (Running) Green Party
Running Mate:
Ajamu Baraka Green Party
Donald Trump
Challenger (Running) Republican
Running Mate:
Mike Pence Republican
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U.S. Secretary of Treasury

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U.S. Secretary of the Interior

Incumbents

Challengers

U.S. Senate

Senator Chuck Schumer
Senior Seat (Running) Democratic
Wendy Long
Challenger (Running) Conservative, Reform, Republican
Alex Merced
Challenger (Running) Libertarian
Robin Wilson
Challenger (Running) Green Party
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand
Junior Seat Democratic

U.S. House

District 10
Representative Jerry Nadler
District 10 (Running) Democratic
Mikhail Rosenberg
District 10 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Philip Rosenthal
District 10 Challenger (Running) Conservative, Independence, Republican
District 13
Representative Charlie Rangel
District 13 Democratic
Yohanny Caceres
District 13 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Suzan Cook
District 13 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Adriano Espaillat
District 13 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Tony Evans
District 13 Challenger (Running) Independence, Republican
Michael Gallagher
District 13 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Guillermo Linares
District 13 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Adam Powell IV
District 13 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Daniel Rivera
District 13 Challenger (Running) Green Party
Sam Sloan
District 13 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Clyde Williams, Jr.
District 13 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Keith Wright
District 13 Challenger (Lost) Democratic

Incumbents

Governor

Lieutenant Governor

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul
Democratic, Independence, Working Families, Women's Equality

Incumbents

Challengers

State Assembly

District 67
Assembly Member Linda Rosenthal
District 67 (Running) Democratic
Eugene Byrne
District 67 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Hyman Drusin
District 67 Challenger (Running) Reform, Republican
District 69
Assembly Member Daniel O'Donnell
District 69 (Running) Democratic
Steven Appel
District 69 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Stephen Garrin
District 69 Challenger (Running) Republican
District 70
Assembly Member Keith Wright
District 70 Democratic
Inez Dickens
District 70 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Heather Tarrant
District 70 Challenger (Running) Independence, Reform, Republican

State Senate

District 30
Senator Bill Perkins
District 30 (Running) Democratic, Working Families
Jon Girodes
District 30 Challenger (Running) Republican
District 31
Senator Adriano Espaillat
District 31 Democratic, Working Families
Marisol Alcantara
District 31 Challenger (Running) Democratic
Melinda Crump
District 31 Challenger (Running) Republican
Robert Jackson
District 31 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Micah Lasher
District 31 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Luis Tejada
District 31 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
John Toro
District 31 Challenger (Running) Conservative
Julia Willebrand
District 31 Challenger (Running) Green Party

Incumbents

Attorney General

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman
Democratic, Independence, Working Families

Secretary of State

Budget Director

Commissioner of Education

Commissioner of Taxation and Finance

Comptroller

Incumbents

Mayor

At-Large (New York)
Bill de Blasio
At-Large

Incumbents

Borough President

At-Large (New York County)
Gale Brewer
At-Large Democratic

Council Member

District 2 (New York)
Rosie Mendez
District 2 Democratic
District 3 (New York)
Corey Johnson
District 3 Democratic
District 4 (New York)
Daniel Garodnick
District 4 Democratic
District 5 (New York)
Ben Kallos
District 5 Democratic
District 6 (New York)
Helen Rosenthal
District 6 Democratic
District 7 (New York)
Mark Levine
District 7 Democratic
District 8 (New York)
Melissa Mark-Viverito
District 8 Democratic
District 9 (New York)
Inez Dickens
District 9 Democratic
District 10 (New York)
Ydanis Rodriguez
District 10 Democratic
District 11 (New York)
Andrew Cohen
District 11 Democratic
District 12 (New York)
Andy King
District 12 Democratic
District 13 (New York)
Jimmy Vacca
District 13 Democratic
District 14 (New York)
Fernando Cabrera
District 14 Democratic
District 15 (New York)
Ritchie Torres
District 15 Democratic
District 16 (New York)
Vanessa Gibson
District 16 Democratic
District 17 (New York)
Rafael Salamanca, Jr.
District 17 Democratic
District 18 (New York)
Annabel Palma
District 18 Democratic
District 19 (New York)
Paul Vallone
District 19 Democratic
District 20 (New York)
Peter Koo
District 20 Democratic
District 21 (New York)
Julissa Ferreras
District 21 Democratic
District 22 (New York)
Costa Constantinides
District 22 Democratic
District 23 (New York)
Barry Grodenchik
District 23 Democratic
District 24 (New York)
Rory Lancman
District 24 Democratic
District 25 (New York)
Daniel Dromm
District 25 Democratic
District 26 (New York)
Jimmy Van Bramer
District 26 Democratic
District 27 (New York)
I. Miller
District 27 Democratic
District 28 (New York)
Ruben Wills
District 28 Democratic
District 29 (New York)
Karen Koslowitz
District 29 Democratic
District 30 (New York)
Elizabeth Crowley
District 30 Democratic
District 31 (New York)
Donovan Richards, Jr.
District 31 Democratic
District 32 (New York)
Eric Ulrich
District 32 Republican
District 33 (New York)
Stephen Levin
District 33 Democratic
District 34 (New York)
Antonio Reynoso
District 34 Democratic
District 35 (New York)
Laurie Cumbo
District 35 Democratic
District 36 (New York)
Robert Cornegy, Jr.
District 36 Democratic
District 37 (New York)
Rafael Espinal, Jr.
District 37 Democratic
District 38 (New York)
Carlos Menchaca
District 38 Democratic
District 39 (New York)
Brad Lander
District 39 Democratic
District 40 (New York)
Mathieu Eugene
District 40 Democratic
District 41 (New York)
Darlene Mealy
District 41 Democratic
District 42 (New York)
Inez Barron
District 42 Democratic
District 43 (New York)
Vinnie Gentile
District 43 Democratic
District 44 (New York)
David Greenfield
District 44 Democratic
District 45 (New York)
Jumaane Williams
District 45 Democratic
District 46 (New York)
Alan Maisel
District 46 Democratic
District 47 (New York)
Mark Treyger
District 47 Democratic
District 48 (New York)
Chaim Deutsch
District 48 Democratic
District 49 (New York)
Debi Rose
District 49 Democratic
District 50 (New York)
Steven Matteo
District 50 Republican
District 51 (New York)
Joe Borrelli
District 51 Republican

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State Facts

  • Type: State
  • Nickname: The Empire State
  • Motto: Excelsior [Ever Upward]
  • Area: 49,576 sq mi
  • Population: 19,570,261 (2012 est.)
  • Capital: Albany
  • Statehood: July 26, 1788 (11th of original 13 states to ratify the Constitution)
  • Highest Point: Mt. Marcy, 5,344 ft
  • Lowest Point: sea level
  • Bird: Bluebird
  • Flower: Rose
  • Electoral Votes: 29
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