Quick-scan general election results 2014

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Updated Wednesday 9:20 am.

Here's a quick scan of results from elections around the Capital Region Tuesday. This is not a comprehensive list, just some highlights. Numbers are unofficial, and some are bound to change as things settle.

On with the results...

Incumbents are marked with an asterisk. Counties -- or parts of counties -- in each districts are listed after the results for each race. And, again, these results are unofficial.

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US House

Results don't currently include Delaware county and a few precincts in Columbia County.

Columbia, Delaware, Greene, Otsego, Schoharie, Sullivan, Ulster, Part of Broome, Part of Dutchess, Part of Montgomery & Part of Rensselaer | map


Albany, Schenectady, Part of Montgomery, Part of Rensselaer & Part of Saratoga | map


Results represent returns from 98 percent of precincts.

Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Hamilton, Jefferson, Lewis, St. Lawrence, Warren, Washington, Herkimer, Saratoga | map

New York Governor

Statewide totals are with 92 percent of precincts reporting.

New York Attorney General

New York Comptroller

State Ballot Questions

Ballot question results represent about 92 percent of precincts reporting.



State Senate

Results are currently missing a few precincts in Columbia County.

Columbia, Part of Rensselaer, Part of Saratoga & Part of Washington | map


State Senate 44th: Neil Breslin ran unopposed.

Part of Albany & Part of Rensselaer | map


Greene, Montgomery, Part of Albany, Part of Schenectady & Part of Ulster | map


Fulton, Hamilton, Part of Herkimer, Part of Saratoga & Part of Schenectady | map

State Assembly

Assembly 102nd: Peter Lopez ran unopposed.

Greene, Schoharie, Part of Albany, Part of Columbia, Part of Delaware, Part of Otsego and Part of Ulster | map


Part of Columbia, Part of Rensselaer & Part of Washington


Part of Albany, Part of Rensselaer & Part of Saratoga


Albany | map


Albany, Schenectady | map


Montgomery, Part of Albany & Part of Schenectady


Part of Saratoga & Part of Schenectady


Part of Saratoga & Part of Washington | map

Rensselaer County DA


The state Board of Election has a page that aggregates county-by-county results from around the state.


Interesting to compare the governor results statewide versus Albany. Astorino was pretty much the same in both places. But Cuomo took a hit in Albany while Green candidate Hawkins picked up all those dropped points. One would have to surmise that many Albany residents are unhappy with Cuomo but not ready to simply jump ship to his nearest competitor.

Craig, that makes sense. I have trouble voting for a republican for anything other than coroner (I always vote republican for coroner though - who else would be so adept at handling death than someone from the party that encourages it the most?). I voted for Cuomo only as a thank you for the SAFE Act, otherwise I would've voted for Hawkins as well.

@JayK Well I'm sure Mr. Slimeball *ahem* Mr. Cuomo certainly appreciates your thank you. I'm sure you will then continue to enjoy our bully for a governor and his inevitable continuation of the desecration of our enumerated rights. Hey, maybe when he's done pumping more corruption into NYS politics and further demoralizing New Yorkers, you can vote for him when he assuredly makes a run for president in 2016.

I'm more likely to vote for Hillary, if she runs. Again, if it wasn't for the SAFE Act, I'd have gone with Hawkins. I believe in rewarding candidates who do the really important things like protecting their state's citizens (and I'd also add encouraging the freedom to marry the person of your choice). Either way, is it simple anger that causes you to literally pathologize my voting record or is it something more serious that you should seek help for? Since I can't think of a single right you've lost since he was elected, I'm worried it's the latter.

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