United States House of Representatives elections in New York, 2004

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In the 2004 House of Representative elections, New York had one seat change parties; in the 27th district, Democrat Brian Higgins was elected to replace Republican Jack Quinn

Delegation Composition[edit]

2004 pre-election Seats
  Democratic-Held 19
  Republican-Held 10
2004 post-election Seats
  Democratic-Held 20
  Republican-Held 9

Results[edit]

New York congressional districts
District Incumbent Party Elected Status Opponent
1 Tim Bishop Democrat 2002 Running Tim Bishop (D) 56.2%
William M. Manger, Jr. (R) 43.8%
2 Steve Israel Democrat 2000 Running Steve Israel (D) 66.6%
Richard A. Hoffman (R) 33.4%
3 Peter King Republican 1992 Running Peter King (R) 63.0%
Blair Mathies (D) 37.0%
4 Carolyn McCarthy Democrat 1996 Running Carolyn McCarthy (D) 63.0%
James Garner (R) 37.0%
5 Gary Ackerman Democrat 1983 Running Gary Ackerman (D) 71.3%
Stephen Graves (R) 27.9%
Jun Policarpio (I) 0.7%
6 Gregory W. Meeks Democrat 1998 Running Gregory W. Meeks (D) unopposed
7 Joseph Crowley Democrat 1998 Running Joseph Crowley (D) 80.9%
Joseph Cinquemain (R) 19.1%
8 Jerrold Nadler Democrat 1992 Running Jerrold Nadler (D) 80.5%
Peter Hort (R) 19.5%
9 Anthony Weiner Democrat 1998 Running Anthony Weiner (D) 71.3%
Gerald J. Cronin (R) 28.7%
10 Ed Towns Democrat 1982 Running Ed Towns (D) 91.5%
Harvey R. Clarke (R) 7.5%
Mariana Blume (Conservative) 1.0%
11 Major Owens Democrat 1982 Running Major Owens (D) 94.0%
Sol Lieberman (Conservative) 3.1%
Lorraine Stevens (I) 2.9%
12 Nydia Velazquez Democrat 1992 Running Nydia Velazquez (D) 86.3%
Paul A. Rodriguez (R) 13.7%
13 Vito Fossella Republican 1997 Running Vito Fossella (R) 59.0%
Frank Barbaro (D) 41.0%
14 Carolyn Maloney Democrat 1992 Running Carolyn Maloney (D) 81.1%
Anton Srdanovic (R) 18.9%
15 Charles B. Rangel Democrat 1970 Running Charles B. Rangel (D) 91.1%
Kenneth P. Jefferson, Jr. (R) 7.0%
Jessie A. Fields (I) 1.9%
16 Jose Serrano Democrat 1990 Running Jose Serrano (D) 95.2%
Ali Mohamed (R) 4.8%
17 Eliot Engel Democrat 1988 Running Eliot Engel (D) 76.1%
Matthew I. Brennan (R) 22.0%
Kevin Brawley (Conservative) 1.9%
18 Nita Lowey Democrat 1988 Running Nita Lowey (D) 69.8%
Richard A. Hoffman (R) 30.2%
19 Sue Kelly Republican 1994 Running Sue Kelly (R) 66.7%
Michael Jalamin (D) 33.3%
20 John Sweeney Republican 1998 Running John Sweeney (R) 65.8%
Doris F. Kelly (D) 33.7%
Morris N. Guller (I) 0.5%
21 Mike McNulty Democrat 1988 Running Mike McNulty (D) 70.8%
Warren Redlich (R) 29.2%
22 Maurice Hinchey Democrat 1992 Running Maurice Hinchey (D) 67.2%
William Brenner (R) 32.8%
23 John McHugh Republican 1992 Running John McHugh (R) 70.7%
Robert J. Johnson (D) 29.3%
24 Sherwood Boehlert Republican 1982 Running Sherwood Boehlert (R) 56.9%
Jeff Miller (D) 33.9%
David L. Walrath (Conservative) 9.2%
25 Jim Walsh Republican 1988 Running Jim Walsh (R) 90.4%
Christina Rossetti (I) 9.6%
26 Tom Reynolds Republican 1998 Running Tom Reynolds (R) 55.6%
Jack Davis (D) 44.4%
27 Jack Quinn Republican 1992 Retiring Brian Higgins (D) 50.7%
Nancy Naples (R) 49.3%
28 Louise Slaughter Democrat 1986 Running Louise Slaughter (D) 72.6%
Mike Laba (R) 24.8%
Francina J. Cartonia (I) 2.6%
29 Amo Houghton Republican 1986 Retiring Randy Kuhl (R) 50.7%
Samara Barend (D) 40.8%
Mark Assini (Conservative) 6.4%
John Ciampioli (I) 2.1%

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