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New York State Senate: Heading into the election, Republicans held 33 of 62 seats; Democrats needed to gain 4 seats to flip control of the chamber. Only two incumbents retired, both Republicans.

New York State Assembly: Unlike the Senate, the Assembly was solidly Democratic (99-49 in favor of Democrats) and was not likely to change hands.

Primaries

Senate

  • District 31: State Rep. Guillermo Linares (D) is challenging incumbent Senator Adriano Espaillat (D). Espaillat unsuccessfully challenged Rep. Charlie Rangel earlier this year, but will now try to keep his seat in the legislature. Most Democrats have backed him, but Linares has gotten a fundraising boost from Mayor Michael Bloomberg.[1]

House

General election

Senate

House


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