2018 New York Comptroller election

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2018 New York Comptroller election

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Nominee Thomas DiNapoli Jonathan Trichter
Party Democratic Republican
Alliance
Popular vote 4,027,866 1,882,958
Percentage 67.0% 31.3%

The 2018 New York Comptroller election was held on November 6, 2018. Incumbent Democrat Thomas DiNapoli easily won a third term, defeating Republican candidate Jonathan Trichter and minor party candidates.[1]

Results[edit]

New York Comptroller election, 2018[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Thomas DiNapoli 3,714,787 61.76% +5.12%
Working Families Thomas DiNapoli 155,873 2.59% -1.88%
Independence Thomas DiNapoli 106,971 1.78% -1.33%
Women's Equality Thomas DiNapoli 35,613 0.59% -2.52%
Reform Thomas DiNapoli 14,642 0.24% N/A
Total Thomas DiNapoli (incumbent) 4,027,886 66.96% +7.09%
Republican Jonathan Trichter 1,651,578 27.46% -0.77%
Conservative Jonathan Trichter 231,380 3.84% -2.44%
Total Jonathan Trichter 1,882,958 31.30% -5.18%
Green Mark Dunlea 70,041 1.16% -1.48%
Libertarian Cruger E. Gallaudet 34,430 0.57% 0.42%
Total votes 6,015,315 100.0% N/A
Democratic hold

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