New York, Westchester County Midterm Election Results
Voters turned out to the polls yesterday to vote in this year’s midterm elections. Ten races were on the ballot for North Salem voters, including a ballot proposal. See results of state and local elections below, and which races are still being decided.
United States Senate
Incumbent Democrat and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer defeated Republican Joe Pinion.
New York Governor
Incumbent Democrat Kathy Hochul defeated Republican challenger Lee Zeldin, an election denier.
Supreme Court Justice - 9th Judicial District
Anne Minihan, Elena Goldberg-Velazquez, David Zuckerman, David Squirrell, Sherri Eisenpress and Keri Fiore currently lead vote totals, per the Associated Press. Justices from the 9th District represent Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, and Westchester Counties, serving a 14-year term.
County Court Judge
Democrat Maurice Williams ran unopposed in the County Court Judge race, which elects to a 10-year term. County Court Judges have jurisdiction over civil cases up to $10,000 and all felony cases.
New York State Attorney General
Incumbent Democrat Letitia James maintained her position, defeating Republican challenger Michael Henry.
Incumbent Democrat Thomas DiNapoli defeated Republican Paul Rodriguez.
New York Congressional District 17
Republican Michael Lawler is leading with 50.6 percent of the vote against incumbent Democrat Sean Patrick Maloney in the District 17 race. An estimated 95.3 percent of votes have been counted, according to The Washington Post.
New York Senate District 40
Incumbent Democrat Pete Harckham is the projected winner over Republican Gina Arena. Harckham has 59% of votes and Arena 41%, with 81% of votes in, per the New York Times.
New York Assembly District 93
Incumbent Democrat Chris Burdick is the likely winner over Republican Gary Lipson. With 65% of all votes counted, Burdick leads with 63% of the votes, per the New York Times.
Clean Water, Clean Air, Green Jobs Environmental Bond Act
Ballot proposal 1, authorizing bonds for climate mitigation projects, passed with 69% of voters saying yes to the measure (with 63% of precincts reporting).