NY Congressional Election Results

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Congressional District 1 – Democratic Primary

Suffolk County

Perry Gershon: 35%

Bridget Fleming: 32%

Nancy Goroff: 29%

Gregory-John Fischer: 2%

Congressional District 2 – Republican Primary

Nassau and Suffolk Counties

Andrew Garbarino: 60%

Michael LiPetri: 39%

With 165 of 524 election districts reporting.

 

Congressional District 2 – Democratic Primary

Nassau and Suffolk Counties

Jackie Gordon: 71%

Patricia Maher: 25%

With 165 of 524 election districts reporting.

 

Congressional District 3 – Democratic Primary

Nassau, Suffolk and Queens counties

Thomas Suozzi (incumbent): 55%

Melanie D’Arrigo: 31%

Michael Weinstock: 10%

With 195 of 636 election districts reporting.

 

Congressional District 4 – Republican Primary

Nassau County

Douglas Tuman: 0%

Cindy Grosz: 0%

With 0 of 652 election districts reporting.

 

Congressional District 5 – Democratic Primary

Queens and Nassau counties

Gregory Meeks (incumbent): 75%

Shaniyat Chowdhury: 19%

With 434 of 492 election districts reporting.

Congressional District 6 – Democratic Primary

Queens

Grace Meng (incumbent): 58%

Melquiades Gagarin: 20%

Sandra Choi: 16%

With 462 of 462 election districts reporting.

 

Congressional District 7 – Democratic Primary

Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens

Nydia Velazquez (incumbent): 73%

Paperboy Love Prince: 19%

With 506 of 506 election districts reporting.

City and State note; Paperboy Love Prince may be a multi-talented millennial, but he was new to the district and unaware of a highly controversial rezoning being considered in it when he launched his campaign. As of late Tuesday, things didn’t look good for the 26-year-old rapper in his bid to unseat Rep. Nydia Velazquez in the district, which includes the Lower East Side and much of North Brooklyn and much of the borough’s western waterfront.. A 14-term incumbent, Velazquez maintained a large lead over Prince as early results rolled in, positioning her to hold on to the Democratic Party line on November’s ballot.

 

Congressional District 9 – Democratic Primary

Brooklyn

Yvette Clarke (incumbent): 60%

Adem Bunkeddeko: 19%

Chaim Deutsch: 10%

Isiah James: 9%

Lutchi Gayot: 1%

With 532 of 532 election districts reporting.

 

 

Congressional District 10 – Democratic Primary

Manhattan, Brooklyn

Jerrold Nadler (incumbent): 60%

Lindsey Boylan: 24%

Jonathan Herzog: 12%

With 559 of 559 election districts reporting.

 

 

Congressional District 11 – Republican Primary

Staten Island, Brooklyn

Nicole Malliotakis: 69%

Joseph Calderera: 29%

With 489 of 489 election districts reporting.

 

 

Congressional District 12 – Democratic Primary

Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn

Carolyn Maloney (incumbent): 40%

Suraj Patel: 38%

Lauren Ashcraft: 13%

Peter Harrison: 5%

With 569 of 569 election districts reporting.

Note: From City and State: Rep. Carolyn Maloney can’t rest easy for the next week: With all of the in-person votes counted, NYU professor Suraj Patel is within 2 percentage points of the 14-term incumbent. Patel challenged Maloney in 2018 and lost 59% to 40%. This year looks like it’ll be much closer, but a lot could change when mail-in ballots are counted. The affluent 12th Congressional District, which covers much of Manhattan’s East Side and a sliver of northwestern Brooklyn and northwestern Queens, had more absentee ballots requested than any other district in the city – more than 100,000. With just over 30,000 in-person votes cast, this race is still very much up in the air.

 

Congressional District 13 – Democratic Primary

Manhattan, Bronx

Adriano Espaillat (incumbent): 54%

James Felton Keith: 22%

Ramon Rodriguez: 16%

With 551 of 551 election districts reporting

Congressional District 14 – Democratic Primary

Queens, Bronx

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (incumbent): 70%

Michelle Caruso-Cabrera: 19%

Badrun Khan: 5%

Samuel Sloan: 2%

With 449 of 449 election districts reporting.

ongressional District 15 – Democratic Primary

Bronx

Ritchie Torres: 30%

Michael Blake: 19%

Rubén Díaz Sr.: 14%

Samelys López: 12%

Ydanis Rodriguez: 11%

Melissa Mark-Viverito: 5%
Chivona Newsome: 3%

Tomas Ramos: 2%

Marlene Tapper: 0.78%

Julio Pabón: 0.50%

Frangell Basora: 0.29.%

Mark Escoffery-Bey: 0.26%

Congressional District 16 – Democratic Primary

Bronx, Westchester County

Jamaal Bowman: 61%

Eliot Engel (incumbent): 35%

Sammy Ravelo: 1%

Chris Fink: 0.9%

Andom Ghebreghiorgis: 0.55%

Congressional District 17 – Democratic Primary

Westchester and Rockland counties

Mondaire Jones: 44%

Adam Schleifer: 17%

Evelyn Farkas: 12%

David Carlucci: 8%

David Buchwald: 7%

Asha Castleberry: 3%

Catherine Parker: 3%

Allison Fine: 2%

With 223 of 398 election districts reporting.

Congressional District 17 – Republican Primary

Westchester and Rockland counties

Maureen McArdle Schulman: 67%

Yehudis Gottesfeld: 22%

With 15 of 398 election districts reporting.

Congressional District 19 – Republican Primary

Upper Hudson Valley and the Catskills

Ola Hawatmeh: 49%

Kyle Van De Water: 46%

With 281 of 330 election districts reporting.

 

Congressional District 22 – Republican Primary

Central New York

Claudia Tenney: 67%

George Phillips: 32%

With 400 of 484 election districts reporting.

 

Congressional District 24 – Democratic Primary

Central New York

Dana Balter: 62%

Francis Conole: 36%

With 182 of 297 election districts reporting.

 

Congressional District 25 – Democratic Primary

Monroe County

Joseph Morelle (incumbent): 63%

Robin Wilt: 34%

With 118 of 120 election districts reporting.

 

Congressional District 27 – Special Election

Western New York

Chris Jacobs (R): 68%

Nate McMurray (D): 29%

With 212 of 342 election districts reporting.

Congressional District 27 – Republican Primary

Western New York

Chris Jacobs: 62%

Beth Parlato: 21%

Stefan Mychajilw Jr.: 15%

With 177 of 313 election districts reporting.

 

Congressional District 27 – Libertarian Primary

Western New York

Duane Whitmer: 70%

Nicholas Phelps: 23%

With 173 of 309 election districts reporting.

 

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