Numbers are unofficial and don't represent a complete count of all precincts. Totals have been gathered from the unofficial numbers posted both by the state Board of Election and various county boards of election. So the totals here are going to be a bit different from the ones currently listed by on the state BOE site.

Cuomo vs. Astorino

This map depicts which way each county's results leaned -- blue for Cuomo, red for Astorino. Purple is the middle ground.

Results for the Capital Region core as a whole:
+ Cuomo: 38.46%
+ Astorino: 47.69%
+ Hawkins: 10.14%

Cuomo support

The darker the blue, the higher the percentage of voters in that county who voted for Cuomo.

Bonus map: Difference in Cuomo votes 2010-2014

This map depicts the difference in percent of votes Cuomo got between 2010 and 2014. (This map is based on updated 2014 results as of Thursday morning.)

Astorino support

The darker the red, the higher the percentage of voters in that county who voted for Astorino.

Green Party

The Green Party's candidate -- Howie Hawkins -- rolled up a little more than 4.5 percent of the votes statewide. The darker the green in this map, the higher the percentage of voters in that county who voted for Hawkins. (He did very well, relatively, in the Capital Region core.)

Counties by number of ballots cast

Maps of counties are fine, but they also sort of the skew the picture for voting statewide because a huge portion of the state's votes are concentrated downstate. (The NYC counties alone represented more than a quarter of all ballots cast.)

So this is a "tree map" -- basically a square pie chart -- showing the counties by their portion of all the ballots cast. The more blue, the more those counties leaned toward Cuomo. The more red, toward Astorino.

ny governor election 2014 treemap

NY Governor 2014: 5 (+1) maps

election2014 Cuomo Astorino diff map clip

Updated with a bonus map.

Andrew Cuomo won re-election Tuesday over Republican challenger Rob Astorino 53-39 (according to the official unofficial count this morning with 93 percent of precincts reporting).

And while a win is win, it's not the landslide that the Cuomo team had at one time been trying to pile up. [NYT]

Here are county-by-county gubernatorial results from around the state in 5 clickable maps.



Maps are above in large format -- click or scroll all the way up.

Earlier on AOA: Quick-scan general election results 2014

Comments

Cuomo says it's a landslide. It's a landslide. Understand?!?!

Just a guess, but the strong showing for the Green Party could reflect the "gotta vote for someone" mentality of local state workers who don't vote Republican, but couldn't vote for Cuomo given the recent contract results.

I think Tompkins County, dressed in green, is adorable.

I would've voted for Howie even if I wasn't a state worker. He killed it statewide, breaking double digits in some counties. He tripled his showing from 2010 and with the higher ballot placement, the Greens are now poised to become a serious contender.

Perhaps it's frivolous, but has there ever been a collection of write-in candidates?

@daleyplanit

http://nyenr.elections.state.ny.us/

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