2017 New York City Council elections

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New York City Council elections, 2017

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All 51 seats on the New York City Council
26 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party
  Melissa Mark-Viverito 2012.jpg (cropped).png StevenMatteo.jpg
Leader Melissa Mark-Viverito Steven Matteo
Party Democratic Republican
Leader's seat 8th-Manhattan 50th-Staten Island
Last election 48 seats, 78.99% 3 seats, 16.07%
Seats won 47 4
Seat change Decrease1 Increase1

Speaker before election

Melissa Mark-Viverito
Democratic

Elected Speaker

Corey Johnson
Democratic

Elections for members of the New York City Council were held on November 7, 2017. Primary elections were held on September 12 for all 51 districts of the city council.

Contents

Incumbents not seeking re-election[edit]

Term-limited incumbents[edit]

Retiring incumbents[edit]

Results[edit]

District 1District 2District 3District 4District 5District 6District 7District 8District 9District 10District 11District 12District 13District 14District 15District 16District 17District 18District 19District 20District 21District 22District 23District 24District 25District 26District 27District 28District 29District 30District 31District 32District 33District 34District 35District 36District 37District 38District 39District 40District 41District 42District 43District 44District 45District 46District 47District 48District 49District 50District 51

Manhattan[edit]

District 1[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Margaret Chin (incumbent) 5,363 45.8
Democratic Christopher Marte 5,141 43.9
Democratic Aaron Foldenauer 734 6.3
Democratic Dashia Imperiale 459 3.9
Democratic Write-ins 22 0.2
Total votes 11,719 100
General election[edit]
General election[3]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Margaret Chin 10,963
Working Families Margaret Chin 942
Total Margaret Chin (incumbent) 11,905 49.9
Independence Christopher Marte 8,753 36.7
Republican Bryan Jung 2,111 8.8
Liberal Aaron Foldenauer 1,059 4.4
n/a Write-ins 33 0.1
Total votes 23,861 100

District 2[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Rosie Mendez was term-limited and could not run for a third term.

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[4]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Carlina Rivera 8,354 60.5
Democratic Mary Silver 2,282 16.5
Democratic Ronnie Sung Cho 1,181 8.6
Democratic Jorge Vasquez 1,040 7.5
Democratic Jasmin Sanchez 638 4.6
Democratic Erin Hussein 267 1.9
Democratic Write-ins 38 0.3
Total votes 13,800 100
General election[edit]
General election[5]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Carlina Rivera 18,047
Working Families Carlina Rivera 2,003
Total Carlina Rivera 20,050 82.7
Republican Jimmy McMillan 2,609
Rent Is Too Damn High Jimmy McMillan 228
Total Jimmy McMillan 2,837 11.7
Liberal Jasmin Sanchez 487 2.0
Libertarian Don Garrity 434 1.8
Green Manny Cavaco 375 1.5
n/a Write-ins 63 0.2
Total votes 24,246 100

District 3[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Corey Johnson was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

General election[edit]
General election[6]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Corey Johnson 22,997
Working Families Corey Johnson 2,747
Total Corey Johnson (incumbent) 25,744 93.7
Eco Justice Marni Halasa 1,556 5.7
n/a Write-ins 166 0.6
Total votes 27,466 100

District 4[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Daniel Garodnick was term-limited and could not seek a third term.

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[7]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Keith Powers 4,456 40.8
Democratic Marti Speranza 2,493 22.8
Democratic Rachel Honig 948 8.7
Democratic Bessie R. Schachter 918 8.4
Democratic Vanessa Aronson 746 6.8
Democratic Maria Castro 503 4.6
Democratic Jeffrey S. Mailman 482 4.4
Democratic Barry Shapiro 232 2.1
Democratic Alec Hartman 109 1.0
Democratic Write-ins 26 0.2
Total votes 10,913 100
General election[edit]
General election[8]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Keith Powers 16,496 57.2
Republican Rebecca Harary 8,119
Stop de Blasio Rebecca Harary 451
Women's Equality Rebecca Harary 239
Reform Rebecca Harary 82
Total Rebecca Harary 8,891 30.8
Liberal Rachel Honig 3,422 11.9
n/a Write-ins 28 0.1
Total votes 28,837 100

District 5[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[9]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Ben Kallos (incumbent) 7,847 74.6
Democratic Gwen Goodman 1,582 15.0
Democratic Patrick A. Bobilin 1,044 9.9
Democratic Write-ins 45 0.4
Total votes 10,518 100
General election[edit]
General election[10]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Ben Kallos 21,945
Working Families Ben Kallos 1,489
Total Ben Kallos (incumbent) 23,434 80.2
Republican Frank Spotorno 5,679 19.4
n/a Write-ins 114 0.4
Total votes 29,227 100

District 6[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[11]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Helen Rosenthal (incumbent) 13,529 64.9
Democratic Mel Wymore 6,446 30.9
Democratic Cary M. Goodman 824 3.9
Democratic Write-ins 49 0.2
Total votes 20,848 100
General election[edit]
General election[12]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Helen Rosenthal 29,518
Working Families Helen Rosenthal 2,771
Total Helen Rosenthal (incumbent) 32,289 86.9
Republican Hyman Drusin 3,731 10.0
Stand Up Together William H. Raudenbush 973 2.6
n/a Write-ins 153 0.4
Total votes 37,146 100

District 7[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[13]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mark D. Levine (incumbent) 9,286 74.1
Democratic Thomas Lopez-Pierre 3,179 25.3
Democratic Write-ins 72 0.6
Total votes 12,537 100
General election[edit]
General election[14]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mark D. Levine 20,364
Working Families Mark D. Levine 1,931
Total Mark D. Levine (incumbent) 22,295 94.8
Green Florindo J. Troncelliti 1,148 4.8
n/a Write-ins 75 0.3
Total votes 23,518 100

District 9[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[15]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Bill Perkins (incumbent) 7,630 43.5
Democratic Marvin Holland 2,997 42.2
Democratic Cordell Cleare 2,670 9.8
Democratic Tyson Lord-Gray 1,275 4.3
Democratic Marvin Spruill 360 4.3
Democratic Julius Tajiddin 297 4.3
Democratic Write-ins 21 0.2
Total votes 15,300 100
General election[edit]
General election[16]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Bill Perkins 20,759
Working Families Bill Perkins 1,073
Total Bill Perkins (incumbent) 21,832 78.2
Liberal Tyson-Lord Gray 3,615 12.9
Harlem Matters Dianne L. Mack 1,230 4.4
Republican Jack Royster 687 2.5
Reform Pierre A. Gooding 481 1.7
n/a Write-ins 83 0.3
Total votes 27,928 100

District 10[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[17]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Ydanis Rodríguez (incumbent) 7,474 61.5
Democratic Josue Perez 3,740 30.8
Democratic Francesca M. Castellanos 885 7.3
Democratic Write-ins 60 0.5
Total votes 12,159 100
General election[edit]
General election[18]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Ydanis Rodríguez 16,988
Working Families Ydanis Rodríguez 1,867
Total Ydanis Rodríguez (incumbent) 18,855 87.7
Republican Jack Royster 2,178 10.1
n/a Write-ins 468 2.2
Total votes 21,501 100

Manhattan/Bronx crossover[edit]

District 8[edit]

Incumbent Democrat and Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito was term-limited and could not seek a 4th term.

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[19]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Diana Ayala 4,012 43.5
Democratic Robert J. Rodriguez 3,895 42.2
Democratic Tamika Mapp 902 9.8
Democratic Israel Martinez 393 4.3
Democratic Write-ins 21 0.2
Total votes 9,223 100
General election[edit]
General election[20]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Diana Ayala 13,541
Working Families Diana Ayala 800
Total Diana Ayala 14,341 90.9
Republican Daby B. Carreras 738
Reform Daby B. Carreras 61
Stop de Blasio Daby B. Carreras 31
No Rezoning 4 Ever Daby B. Carreras 16
Total Daby B. Carreras 846 5.4
Conservative Linda Ortiz 531 3.4
n/a Write-ins 59 0.4
Total votes 15,777 100

The Bronx[edit]

District 11[edit]

Incumbent Andrew Cohen was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

General election[edit]
General election[21]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Andrew Cohen 16,783
Working Families Andrew Cohen 1,477
Total Andrew Cohen (incumbent) 18,260 84.6
Republican Judah David Powers 2,321
Conservative Judah David Powers 594
Total Judah David Powers 2,915 13.5
Animal Rights Roxanne F. Delgado 337 1.6
n/a Write-ins 61 0.3
Total votes 21,573 100

District 12[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[22]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Andy King (incumbent) 7,936 68.2
Democratic Pamela A. Hamilton-Johnson 3,167 32.1
Democratic Karree-Lyn R. Gordon 513 4.4
Democratic Write-ins 23 0.2
Total votes 11,639 100
General election[edit]
General election[23]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Andy King (incumbent) 13,928 95.2
Conservative Jack Royster 675 4.6
n/a Write-ins 28 0.2
Total votes 14,631 100

District 13[edit]

Incumbent Democrat James Vacca was term-limited and could not seek a 4th term.

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[24]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mark Gjonaj 3,503 38.5
Democratic Marjorie Velazquez 3,113 34.2
Democratic John C. Doyle 1,728 19.0
Democratic Victor R. Ortiz 481 5.3
Democratic Egidio Sementilli 270 3.0
Democratic Write-ins 14 0.2
Total votes 9,109 100
General election[edit]
General election[25]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mark Gjonaj 10,602 48.6
Republican John Cerini 6,313
Conservative John Cerini 1,297
Reform John Cerini 181
Total John Cerini 7,791 35.7
Working Families Marjorie Velazquez 2,829 13.0
Liberal John C. Doyle 442 2.0
New Bronx Alex A. Gomez 121 0.6
n/a Write-ins 28 0.2
Total votes 21,806 100

District 14[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[26]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Fernando Cabrera (incumbent) 3,898 55.1
Democratic Randy D. Abreu 2,456 34.7
Democratic Felix A. Perdomo 710 10.0
Democratic Write-ins 16 0.2
Total votes 7,080 100
General election[edit]
General election[27]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Fernando Cabrera (incumbent) 9,826 83.7
Working Families Randy D. Abreu 1,222 10.4
Republican Alan H. Reed 411
Conservative Alan H. Reed 101
Total Alan H. Reed 512 4.4
Liberal Justin Sanchez 177 3.8
n/a Write-ins 7 0.0
Total votes 11,744 100

District 15[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Ritchie Torres was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

General election[edit]
General election[28]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Ritchie Torres 3,386
Working Families Ritchie Torres 178
Total Ritchie Torres (incumbent) 3,564 92.2
Republican Jayson Cancel 231
Conservative Jayson Cancel 59
Total Jayson Cancel 290 7.5
n/a Write-ins 8 0.2
Total votes 3,862 100

District 16[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Vanessa Gibson was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

General election[edit]
General election[29]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Vanessa Gibson 4,975
Working Families Vanessa Gibson 181
Total Vanessa Gibson (incumbent) 5,156 96.1
Republican Benjamin Eggleston 158
Conservative Benjamin Eggleston 36
Total Benjamin Eggleston 194 3.6
n/a Write-ins 12 0.2
Total votes 5,362 100

District 17[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[30]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Rafael Salamanca (incumbent) 4,840 72.2
Democratic Helen Hines 1,835 27.4
Democratic Write-ins 31 0.4
Total votes 6,706 100
General election[edit]
General election[31]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Rafael Salamanca 11,040
Working Families Rafael Salamanca 472
Total Rafael Salamanca (incumbent) 11,512 92.3
Republican Patrick Delices 433 3.5
Conservative Oswald Denis 282 2.3
Empower Society Elvis Santana 226 1.8
n/a Write-ins 25 0.2
Total votes 12,478 100

District 18[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Annabel Palma was term-limited and could not seek a third term.

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[32]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Rubén Díaz Sr. 4,017 42.1
Democratic Amanda Farias 1,991 20.9
Democratic Elvin Garcia 1,397 14.6
Democratic Michael Beltzer 1,282 13.4
Democratic William Russell Moore 842 8.8
Democratic Write-ins 8 0.01
Total votes 9,537 100
General election[edit]
General election[33]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Rubén Díaz Sr. 12,473 78.9
Liberal Michael Beltzer 1,292 8.2
Conservative Eduardo Ramirez 843 5.3
Reform William Russell Moore 685 4.3
Green Carl Lundgren 466 2.9
n/a Write-ins 45 0.2
Total votes 15,804 100

Bronx/Queens crossover[edit]

District 22[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Costa Constantinides was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

General election[edit]
General election[34]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Costa Constantinides 15,164
Working Families Costa Constantinides 2,251
Total Costa Constantinides (incumbent) 17,415 92.9
Dive In Kathleen Springer 1,223 6.5
n/a Write-ins 98 0.5
Total votes 18,736 100

Queens[edit]

District 19[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[35]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Paul Vallone (incumbent) 3,192 55.1
Democratic Paul Graziano 2,596 44.8
Democratic Write-ins 10 0.2
Total votes 5,798 100
General election[edit]
General election[36]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Paul Vallone 13,779
Working Families Paul Vallone 1,210
Total Paul Vallone (incumbent) 14,989 57.8
Republican Konstantinos Poulidis 6,347 24.5
Reform Paul Graziano 4,555 17.6
n/a Write-ins 20 0.01
Total votes 25,911 100

District 20[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[37]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Peter Koo (incumbent) 3,822 58.2
Democratic Alison Tan 2,719 41.4
Democratic Write-ins 28 0.4
Total votes 6,569 100
General election[edit]
General election[38]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Peter Koo (incumbent) 9,065 97.8
n/a Write-ins 203 2.2
Total votes 9,268 100

District 21[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Julissa Ferreras declined to seek a third term.

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[39]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Francisco Moya 3,654 55.1
Democratic Hiram Monserrate 2,937 44.3
Democratic Write-ins 44 0.7
Total votes 6,635 100
General election[edit]
General election[40]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Fransisco Moya 7,828
Working Families Fransisco Moya 468
Total Francisco Moya 8,296 98.9
n/a Write-ins 91 1.1
Total votes 8,387 100

District 23[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[41]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Barry Grodenchik (incumbent) 4,639 79.2
Democratic Benny Itteera 1,183 20.2
Democratic Write-ins 33 0.5
Total votes 5,855 100
General election[edit]
General election[42]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Barry Grodenchik 14,832
Working Families Barry Grodenchik 851
Total Barry Grodenchik (incumbent) 15,683 64.8
Republican Joseph Concannon 6,494
Conservative Joseph Concannon 1,349
Stop De Blasio Joseph Concannon 208
Total Joseph Concannon 8,051 33.2
John Y. Lim John Lim 462 1.9
n/a Write-ins 20 0.01
Total votes 24,216 100

District 24[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[43]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Rory Lancman (incumbent) 3,906 62.6
Democratic Mohammad Rahman 2,299 36.8
Democratic Write-ins 35 0.5
Total votes 6,240 100
General election[edit]
General election[44]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Rory Lancman 12,455
Working Families Rory Lancman 1,165
Total Rory Lancman (incumbent) 13,620 88.4
Reform Mohammad Rahman 1,701 11.0
n/a Write-ins 87 0.6
Total votes 15,408 100

District 25[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Daniel Dromm was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

General election[edit]
General election[45]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Daniel Dromm 10,736
Working Families Daniel Dromm 1,460
Total Daniel Dromm (incumbent) 12,196 98.8
n/a Write-ins 147 1.2
Total votes 12,343 100

District 26[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Jimmy Van Bramer was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

General election[edit]
General election[46]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jimmy Van Bramer 15,285
Working Families Jimmy Van Bramer 1,816
Total Jimmy Van Bramer (incumbent) 17,101 85.0
Republican Marvin Jeffcoat 2,477
Conservative Marvin Jeffcoat 461
Total Marvin Jeffcoat 2,938 14.6
n/a Write-ins 69 0.3
Total votes 20,108 100

District 27[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[47]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Daneek Miller (incumbent) 8,119 77.9
Democratic Benny Itteera 2,237 21.5
Democratic Write-ins 67 0.6
Total votes 10,423 100
General election[edit]
General election[48]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Daneek Miller (incumbent) 23,488 94.8
Republican Rupert Green 799 3.2
Green Frank Francois 446 1.8
n/a Write-ins 31 0.1
Total votes 24,764 100

District 28[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Ruben Wills was expelled from office August 10. The winner of the general election was sworn in early to complete Wills' term.

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[49]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Adrienne Adams 3,499 39.2
Democratic Richard David 2,822 31.6
Democratic Hettie Powell 2,589 29.0
Democratic Write-ins 23 0.2
Total votes 8,933 100
General election[edit]
General election[50]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Adrienne Adams 14,767 86.1
Working Families Hettie Powell 1,434 8.4
Republican Ivan Mossop Jr. 919 5.4
n/a Write-ins 31 0.2
Total votes 17,151 100

District 29[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Karen Koslowitz was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

General election[edit]
General election[51]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Karen Koslowitz (incumbent) 15,863 97.6
n/a Write-ins 383 2.4
Total votes 16,246 100

District 30[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[52]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Elizabeth Crowley (incumbent) 3,621 63.7
Democratic Robert Holden 2,050 36.0
Democratic Write-ins 16 0.3
Total votes 5,687 100
General election[edit]
General election[53]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Robert Holden 8,720
Conservative Robert Holden 1,507
Reform Robert Holden 189
Dump De Blasio Robert Holden 147
Total Robert Holden 10,563 50.2
Democratic Elizabeth Crowley 9,351
Working Families Elizabeth Crowley 911
Women's Equality Elizabeth Crowley 164
Total Elizabeth Crowley (incumbent) 10,426 49.6
n/a Write-ins 34 0.2
Total votes 21,023 100
Republican gain from Democratic

Holden, though elected on Republican and generally Republican-affiliated ballot lines, is a registered Democrat and "still consider[s] himself a Democrat"[54]

District 31[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Donovan Richards was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

General election[edit]
General election[55]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Donovan Richards 19,396
Working Families Donovan Richards 807
Total Donovan Richards (incumbent) 20,203 98.8
n/a Write-ins 236 1.2
Total votes 20,439 100

District 32[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[56]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Michael Scala 2,319 43.6
Democratic Helal Sheikh 1,587 29.9
Democratic William Ruiz 1,329 25.0
Democratic Write-ins 78 1.5
Total votes 5,313 100
General election[edit]
General election[57]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Eric Ulrich 12,607
Conservative Eric Ulrich 2,037
Independence Eric Ulrich 624
Reform Eric Ulrich 162
Total Eric Ulrich (incumbent) 15,430 65.6
Democratic Michael Scala 8,037 34.2
n/a Write-ins 40 0.2
Total votes 23,507 100

Queens/Brooklyn crossover[edit]

District 34[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[58]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Antonio Reynoso (incumbent) 6,710 63.9
Democratic Tommy Torres 3,765 35.9
Democratic Write-ins 22 0.2
Total votes 10,497 100
General election[edit]
General election[59]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Antonio Reynoso 14,358
Working Families Antonio Reynoso 2,210
Total Antonio Reynoso (incumbent) 16,568 99.1
n/a Write-ins 143 0.9
Total votes 16,711 100

Brooklyn[edit]

District 33[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Stephen Levin was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

General election[edit]
General election[60]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Stephen Levin (incumbent) 19,190 88.2
Progress for All Victoria Cambranes 2,451 11.2
n/a Write-ins 112 0.5
Total votes 21,753 100

District 35[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[61]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Laurie Cumbo (incumbent) 10,421 57.4
Democratic Ede Fox 7,549 41.6
Democratic Write-ins 176 1.0
Total votes 18,146 100
Green primary[edit]
Green primary[62]
Party Candidate Votes %
Green Jabari Brisport 32 88.9
Green Scott Hutchins 4 11.1
Total votes 36 100
General election[edit]
General election[63]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Laurie Cumbo (incumbent) 21,695 67.2
Green Jabari Brisport 8,117
Socialist Jabari Brisport 1,190
Total Jabari Brisport 9,307 28.8
Republican Christine Parker 1,203 3.7
n/a Write-ins 61 0.2
Total votes 32,266 100

District 36[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Robert Cornegy was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

General election[edit]
General election[64]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Robert Cornegy (incumbent) 21,300 99.1
n/a Write-ins 197 0.9
Total votes 21,497 100

District 37[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Rafael Espinal was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

General election[edit]
General election[65]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Rafael Espinal (incumbent) 10,369 89.8
Green Persephone Sarah Jane Smith 1,152 10.0
n/a Write-ins 20 0.2
Total votes 11,541 100

District 38[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[66]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Carlos Menchaca (incumbent) 4,176 48.5
Democratic Felix Ortiz 2,828 32.8
Democratic Chris Miao 775 9.0
Democratic Sarah Gonzalez 524 6.1
Democratic Delvis Valdes 292 3.4
Democratic Write-ins 20 0.2
Total votes 8,615 100
General election[edit]
General election[67]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Carlos Menchaca 8,541
Working Families Carlos Menchaca 1,294
Total Carlos Menchaca (incumbent) 9,835 82.3
Conservative Allan Romaguera 839 7.0
Green Carmen Hulbert 782 6.5
Reform Delvis Valeds 460 3.8
n/a Write-ins 39 0.3
Total votes 11,955 100

District 39[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Brad Lander was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

General election[edit]
General election[68]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Brad Lander 24,806
Working Families Brad Lander 6,749
Total Brad Lander (incumbent) 31,555 98.5
n/a Write-ins 485 1.5
Total votes 32,040 100

District 40[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[69]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mathieu Eugene (incumbent) 5,560 40.8
Democratic Brian-Christopher Cunningham 4,103 30.1
Democratic Pia Raymond 3,064 22.4
Democratic Jennifer Berkley 877 6.4
Democratic Write-ins 20 0.1
Total votes 13,624 100
General election[edit]
General election[70]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mathieu Eugene (incumbent) 14,609 60.5
Reform Brian-Christopher Cunningham 8,701 36.0
Conservative Brian Kelly 806 3.3
n/a Write-ins 45 0.2
Total votes 24,161 100

District 41[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Darlene Mealy was term-limited and could not seek a 4th term.

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[71]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Alicka Ampry-Samuel 3,385 31.2
Democratic Henry Butler 2,389 22.0
Democratic Cory Provost 1,214 11.1
Democratic Moreen King 922 8.5
Democratic Deidre Olivera 879 8.1
Democratic Royston Antoine 620 5.7
Democratic Victor Jordan 572 5.3
Democratic David Miller 527 4.9
Democratic Leopold Cox 313 2.9
Democratic Write-ins 17 0.2
Total votes 10,838 100
General election[edit]
General election[72]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Alicka Ampry-Samuel 17,520
Working Families Alicka Ampry-Samuel 683
Total Alicka Ampry-Samuel 18,203 95.5
Republican Berneda Jackson 469
Conservative Berneda Jackson 138
Total Berneda Jackson 607 3.2
Solutions Brian-Christopher Cunningham 227 1.2
n/a Write-ins 25 0.1
Total votes 19,062 100

District 42[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[73]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Inez Barron (incumbent) 7,475 83.5
Democratic Mawuli Hormeku 1,450 16.2
Democratic Write-ins 27 0.3
Total votes 8,952 100
General election[edit]
General election[74]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Inez Barron (incumbent) 18,341 92.5
Conservative Ernest Johnson 893 4.5
Reform Mawuli Hormeku 556 2.8
n/a Write-ins 28 0.1
Total votes 19,818 100

District 43[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Vincent Gentile was term-limited and could not seek a 4th term.

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[75]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Justin Brannan 3,670 38.7
Democratic Khader El-Yateem 2,932 30.9
Democratic Nancy Tong 1,504 15.8
Democratic Vincent Chirico 761 7.9
Democratic Kevin Carroll 604 6.3
Democratic Write-ins 22 0.2
Total votes 9,493 100
Republican primary[edit]
Republican primary[76]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican John Quaglione 1,865 47.0
Republican Liam McCabe 1,318 33.2
Republican Bob Capano 579 14.6
Republican Lucretia Regina-Potter 182 4.6
Republican Write-ins 23 0.6
Total votes 3,967 100
General election[edit]
General election[77]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Justin Brannan 11,812
Working Families Justin Brannan 1,082
Total Justin Brannan 12,894 50.2
Republican John Quaglione 10,127
Conservative John Quaglione 1,720
Independence John Quaglione 253
Total John Quaglione 12,100 47.1
Reform Bob Capano 344 1.3
Women's Equality Angel Medina 281 1.1
n/a Write-ins 49 0.2
Total votes 25,668 100

District 44[edit]

Incumbent Democrat David G. Greenfield declined to seek another term.

General election[edit]
General election[78]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Kalman Yeger 8,277
Conservative Kalman Yeger 3,057
Total Kalman Yeger 11,334 66.9
Our Neighborhood Yoni Hikind 4,854 28.6
School Choice Harold Tischler 670 4.0
n/a Write-ins 93 0.5
Total votes 16,951 100

District 45[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[79]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jumaane Williams (incumbent) 9,008 90.0
Democratic Lou Cespedes 948 9.5
Democratic Write-ins 54 0.5
Total votes 10,010 100
General election[edit]
General election[80]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jumaane Williams 19,963
Working Families Jumaane Williams 1,116
Total Jumaane Williams (incumbent) 21,079 96.5
True Freedom Anthony Beckford 644 2.9
n/a Write-ins 112 0.5
Total votes 21,835 100

District 46[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Alan Maisel was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

General election[edit]
General election[81]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Alan Maisel (incumbent) 21,457 84.2
Conservative Jeffery Ferretti 3,997 15.7
n/a Write-ins 44 0.2
Total votes 25,498 100

District 47[edit]

Incumbent Democrat Mark Treyger was unopposed in the Democratic primary.

General election[edit]
General election[82]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Mark Treyger 9,103
Working Families Mark Treyger 808
Total Mark Treyger (incumbent) 9,911 72.4
Republican Raimondo Denaro 3,205
Conservative Raimondo Denaro 546
Total Raimondo Denaro 3,751 27.4
n/a Write-ins 24 0.2
Total votes 13,686 100

District 48[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[83]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Chaim Deutsch (incumbent) 3,759 80.8
Democratic Marat Filler 870 18.7
Democratic Write-ins 21 0.5
Total votes 4,650 100
General election[edit]
General election[84]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Chaim Deutsch (incumbent) 10,461 61.2
Republican Steven Saperstein 5,519
Conservative Steven Saperstein 751
Reform Steven Saperstein 239
Total Steven Saperstein 6,509 38.1
n/a Write-ins 49 0.2
Total votes 17,106 100

Staten Island[edit]

District 49[edit]

Democratic primary[edit]
Democratic primary[85]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Debi Rose (incumbent) 5,895 69.4
Democratic Kamillah Hanks 2,558 30.1
Democratic Write-ins 43 0.5
Total votes 8,496 100
General election[edit]
General election[86]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Debi Rose 14,714
Working Families Debi Rose 1,038
Total Debi Rose (incumbent) 15,752 59.2
Republican Michael Penrose 7,726
Conservative Michael Penrose 1,717
Total Michael Penrose 9,443 35.5
Reform Kamillah Hanks 1,377 5.2
n/a Write-ins 40 0.2
Total votes 26,612 100

District 50[edit]

Incumbent Republican Steven Matteo was unopposed in the Republican primary.

General election[edit]
General election[87]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Steven Matteo 8,976
Conservative Steven Matteo 1,483
Independence Steven Matteo 344
Reform Steven Matteo 89
Total Steven Matteo (incumbent) 10,892 78.3
Democratic Richard Florentino 2,995 21.5
n/a Write-ins 29 0.2
Total votes 13,916 100

District 51[edit]

Incumbent Republican Joseph Borelli was unopposed in the Republican primary.

General election[edit]
General election[88]
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Joseph Borelli 25,184
Conservative Joseph Borelli 3,690
Independence Joseph Borelli 498
Reform Joseph Borelli 154
Total Joseph Borelli (incumbent) 29,526 80.1
Democratic Dylan Schwartz 6,692
Working Families Dylan Schwartz 579
Total Dylan Schwartz 7,271 19.7
n/a Write-ins 77 0.2
Total votes 36,874 100

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