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New York's Election at a Glance.

by Associated Press
map of new york state

Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the BPL , Flickr

A roundup of key races in New York's 2012 election

President:  Incumbent Democrat Barack Obama defeated Republican Mitt Romney.

U.S. Senate (full six-year term):  Incumbent Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand defeated Republican Wendy Long.


U.S. House:
1st Congressional District: Incumbent Democrat Timothy Bishop defeated Republican Randy Altschuler.

11th Congressional District: Incumbent Republican Michael Grimm defeated Democrat Mark Murphy.

18th Congressional District: Incumbent Republican Nan Hayworth lost to Democrat Sean Patrick Maloney.

19th Congressional District: Incumbent Republican Chris Gibson defeated Democrat Julian Schreibman.

21st Congressional District: Incumbent Democrat Bill Owens defeated Republican Matt Doheny.

24th Congressional District: Incumbent Republican Ann Marie Buerkle lost to Democrat Dan Maffei.

25th Congressional District: Incumbent Democrat Louise Slaughter defeated Republican Maggie Brooks.

27th Congressional District: Incumbent Democrat Kathy Hochul lost to Republican Chris Collins.

Congressional delegation in New York:
21 Democrats, 8 Republicans in the current Congress.

21 Democrats, 6 Republicans in the next Congress (lost two seats in redistricting).


 State Legislature:
 Senate: 33 Republicans, 29 Democrats before Election Day.

 Assembly: 97 Democrats, 51 Republicans, 2 vacancies before Election Day.




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