New York Primary 2022: what North Salem residents need to know about voting June 28

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Tuesday, June 28 is the first of two Primary Days for registered voters in New York State. The June primary covers the state’s governor, lieutenant governor and State Assembly races. The second primary will take place on August 23, for congressional and state senate elections plus special elections for New York Congressional District 19 and the lieutenant governor.



In the June primary, registered Republican voters will choose which of four candidates for governor will appear on the ballot in November’s general election. Registered Democratic voters will choose from three candidates for governor. The winner of the primaries for governor and lieutenant governor from each party will be on the ballot in the general election November 8.

Who’s on the ballot

Democratic Party
Registered Democratic voters will choose from the following candidates:

New York State Governor

  • Gov. Kathy Hochul (incumbent)
  • Thomas Suozzi
  • Jumaane Williams

New York State Lieutenant Governor

  • Antonio Delgado (incumbent)
  • Ana Maria Archila
  • Diana Reyna

Republican Party
Registered Republican voters will choose from the following candidates:

New York State Governor

  • Rob Astorino
  • Andrew Giuliani
  • Harry Wilson
  • Lee Zeldin

New York State Lieutenant Governor

  • Alison Esposito

Where to vote

Your voting location is determined by your address. To find your voting location, use the New York State Board of Elections poll site search tool, here.

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