2022 New York Live Results
|Election Date||November 8, 2022|
|Where to Vote||Find your Polling Place and Hours|
|Polls Close||9:00 PM Eastern Time|
|On this Page||Results for U.S. Senate, Governor, U.S. House, State Legislature|
The Senate Majority Leader, Democrat Chuck Schumer is expected to win a 5th term. What is much less certain is whether he remains the Senate Majority Leader as Republicans are slightly favored to gain control of the chamber.
Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul succeeded Andrew Cuomo when he resigned in August, 2021. She is now seeking a full term in office. Her major party opponent is Republican Lee Zeldin (NY-01). This race was becoming much more competitive as the election neared.
Focusing on crime as a central campaign issue has helped Zeldin narrow the gap. He has also received an endorsement from former president Donald Trump.
All that said, Hochul remains at least a small favorite in this Democratic-leaning state that hasn't elected a Republican governor since George Pataki won a third term in 2002.
These elections will be conducted using redistricted boundaries. The state is losing a district. You can use this feature to compare new and old district boundaries for any street address.
Due to retirements, running for other office, or primary defeat, there will be at least eight new members from the New York delegation in 2023. It is no sure thing that there won't be more, as the new map, coupled with the political environment in place, has yielded quite a few competitive races in the state.
Races that look to be the most competitive include two districts in Western Long Island and several districts north of New York City up toward the central part of the state. One high-profile incumbent at risk is Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-17). Maloney chairs the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - a job which entails getting Democrats elected.
Democrats hold a 42-20 majority over Republicans in the New York State Senate. There is one vacancy. Members serve two-year terms.
Democrats hold a 106-42 margin over Republicans in the New York State Assembly. There is one member from the Independence Party and one vacancy. Members serve two-year terms.