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Incumbents

U.S. Senate

Senator Chuck Schumer
Senior Seat Democratic
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand
Junior Seat (Won) Democratic
Chele Farley
Junior Seat Challenger (Lost) Conservative, Reform, Republican

U.S. House

District 18
Representative Sean Maloney
District 18 (Won) Democratic
James O'Donnell
District 18 Challenger (Lost) Conservative, Reform, Republican

Incumbents

Challengers

Governor

Governor Andrew Cuomo
(Won) Democratic
Howie Hawkins
Challenger (Lost) Green Party
Stephanie Miner
Challenger (Lost) Serve America Movement
Marcus Molinaro
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Cynthia Nixon
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Larry Sharpe
Challenger (Lost) Libertarian

Lieutenant Governor

Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul
(Won) Democratic, Independence, Working Families, Women's Equality
Andrew Hollister
Challenger (Lost) Libertarian
Julie Killian
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Jia Lee
Challenger (Lost) Green Party
Michael Volpe
Challenger (Lost) Serve America Movement
Jumaane Williams
Challenger (Lost) Democratic

Incumbents

Challengers

State Assembly

District 98
Assembly Member Karl Brabenec
District 98 (Won) Republican
Scott Martens
District 98 Challenger (Lost) Democratic, Women's Equality, Working Families
District 99
Assembly Member James Skoufis
District 99 Democratic, Independence, Working Families
Matthew Rettig
District 99 Challenger (Lost) Democratic, Women's Equality, Working Families
Colin Schmitt
District 99 Challenger (Won) Conservative, Independence, Reform, Republican

State Senate

District 42
Senator John Bonacic
District 42 Republican, Conservative, Independence Party
Pramilla Malick
District 42 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Jen Metzger
District 42 Challenger (Won) Democratic, Women's Equality, Working Families
Annie Rabbitt
District 42 Challenger (Lost) Conservative, Independence, Reform, Republican

Incumbents

Challengers

Attorney General

Mike Diederich
Challenger (Lost) Reform
Leecia Eve
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Christopher Blaise Garvey
Challenger (Lost) Libertarian, Reform
Letitia James
Challenger (Won) Democratic
Sean Maloney
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Vincent Messina
Challenger (Lost) Independence
Kenneth Schaeffer
Challenger (Lost) Working Families
Nancy Sliwa
Challenger (Lost) Reform
Michael Sussman
Challenger (Lost) Green Party
Zephyr Teachout
Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Keith Wofford
Challenger (Lost) Conservative, Republican

Secretary of State

Budget Director

Commissioner of Education

Comptroller

Mark Dunlea
Challenger (Lost) Green Party
Cruger Gallaudet
Challenger (Lost) Libertarian
Jonathan Trichter
Challenger (Lost) Conservative, Republican

Incumbents

Legislator

District 1 (Orange County)
Michael Amo
District 1 Independent
District 2 (Orange County)
Melissa Bonacic
District 2 Republican, Conservative
District 3 (Orange County)
Paul Ruszkiewicz
District 3 Republican, Conservative, Independence
District 4 (Orange County)
Curlie Dillard
District 4 Democratic
District 5 (Orange County)
Katie Bonelli
District 5 Republican, Conservative, Independent
District 6 (Orange County)
James Kulisek
District 6 Democratic
District 7 (Orange County)
Myrna Kemnitz
District 7 Democratic
District 8 (Orange County)
Barry Cheney
District 8 Republican
District 9 (Orange County)
Stephen Brescia
District 9 Republican, Conservative
District 10 (Orange County)
John Vero
District 10 Republican
District 11 (Orange County)
Matthew Turnbull
District 11 Democratic, Independence, Working Families
District 12 (Orange County)
Kevin Hines
District 12 Republican, Conservative, Independent
District 13 (Orange County)
Thomas Faggione
District 13 Republican, Conservative, Independence
District 14 (Orange County)
James Disalvo
District 14 Republican, Independence
District 15 (Orange County)
Chris Eachus
District 15 Democratic, Working Families, Independent
District 16 (Orange County)
Leigh Benton
District 16 Republican, Conservative, Independent
District 17 (Orange County)
Mike Anagnostakis
District 17 Republican, Independent
District 18 (Orange County)
Roseanne Sullivan
District 18 Democratic, Working Families
District 19 (Orange County)
Michael Paduch
District 19 Democratic, Conservative, Independent
District 20 (Orange County)
Jeffrey Berkman
District 20 Democratic, Conservative, Independent
District 21 (Orange County)
Philip Canterino
District 21

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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
  • Senators: 63
  • Representatives: 150
  • Electoral Votes: 29
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