Several key races across the nation remained undecided hours after polls closed on election night in the battle over control of Congress. Republicans needed to pick up just five seats to flip the House and just one seat in the Senate. GOP candidates appeared poised to ride a wave of national anxiety around inflation and violence.

Even Democratic stronghold states found themselves playing defense, including in New York, after a Quinnipiac University poll showed the gubernatorial race between Kathy Hochul and Rep. Lee Zeldin had unexpectedly tightened weeks before the election.

So far, that red wave hasn’t happened– at least not as widely as predicted, and certainly not in New York, where Governor Hochul, Attorney General Letitia James and Senator Chuck Schumer all held onto their seats.

Nor were there any huge upsets across Brooklyn, where even Nicole Malliotakis, the GOP incumbent, also held onto her seat.

Still, some races in Brooklyn– including the one for the newly carved 17th Congressional District between Republican Vito LaBella and Democrat Iwen Chu– remain too close to call.

Below are the early results in contested races, according to the New York State Board of Elections.


Governor:

Gov. Kathy Hochul (Democratic, Working Families)

Gov. Kathy Hochul

Hochul: 52.11%

Zeldin: 47.06%

State Comptroller:

Thomas P. DiNapoli (Democratic, Working Families)

Thomas P. DiNapoli

DiNapoli: 54.96%

Rodriguez: 41.95%

Attorney General:

AG Letitia James (Democratic, Working Families)

Letitia James

James: 52.61%

Henry: 44.83%

U.S. Senate:

Sen. Charles Schumer (Democratic, Working Families)

Charles Schumer

Schumer: 55.01%

Pinion:42.58%

Sare: 0.45%

Candidates for the House of Representatives

District 7

Rep. Nydia M. Velazquez (Democratic, Working Families)

Velazquez: 77.64%

Pagan: 18.82%

District 8:

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (Democratic)

Rep. Hakeem Jeffries

 Jeffries: 69.37%

Dashevsky: 26.38%

District 9:

Rep. Yvette Clarke (Democratic, Working Families) 

Clarke: 70.61%

Raitport: 15.34% 

District 10:

Daniel Goldman (Democratic)

Goldman: 79.35%

Hamdan: 14.48%

District 11:

Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (Republican)

Nicole Malliotakis

Malliotakis: 61.07%

Rose: 37.26%

Candidates for NY State Senate

District 17: 

Vito J. LaBella (Republican, Conservative) Vito LaBella is running on the platform of Restoring Law & Order; Advocating for Children, Protecting Seniors and the Economy; Tax Reform

Iwen Chu (Democratic, Working Families) Iwen Chu’s career experience includes working as a public servant and community activist.

LaBella: 47.7%

Chu: 48.3%

Blank: 3.72%

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District 21:

Sen. Kevin Parker (Democratic)  

Parker: 66.39%

Alexis: 16.07%

District 22:

Sen. Simcha Felder (Democratic, Republican, Conservative)

Simcha Felder

Felder: 91.9%

Brown: 4.36%

District 23:

Jessica Scarcella-Spanton is a public safety and anti-gun violence advocate. 

Joseph Tirone (Rep, Conservative) is a Dad, Business Owner and NYC native whose family owned Tirone’s Shoe Store. 

Scarcella-Spanton: 49.01%

Tirone: 46.38%

Blank: 4.39%

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District 26:

Sen. Andrew Gounardes (Democratic, Working Families) 

Andrew Gounardes

Gounardes: 77.02%

Fox:20.08%

Rowen: 0.72%

Candidates for NY Assembly

District 41:

Assemblymember Helene E. Weinstein (Democratic, Working Families)

Weinstein: 59.8%

Johnson: 17.33%

District 44:

Assemblymember Robert C. Carroll (Democratic, Working Families)

 

Robert C. Carroll

Carroll: 83.81%

Horton: 13.03%

Tomaszewski: 0.60%

District 45:

Michael Novakhov (Republican, Conservative)

Novakhov: 58.2%

Cymbrowitz: 38.25%

District 46:

Alec Brook-Krasny (Rep, Conservative) is an entrepreneur who has served on Community Board 13. 

Assemblymember Mathylde Frontus (Dem, Working Families) is the incumbent candidate.

Brook-Krasny: 49.11%

Frontus: 46.32%

Blank: 4.34%

76 of 76 Election Districts Reporting

District 47:

Assemblymember William Colton (Democratic)

William Colton

Colton: 52.79%

Kugel: 44.07%

District 48:

Assemblymember Simcha Eichenstein (Democratic, Conservative)

Simcha Eichenstein

Eichenstein: 77.6%

Holmes: 3.72%

District 49:

Lester Chang (Republican, Conservative)

Lester Chang
Lester Chang

Chang: 50.29%

Abbate: 45.61%

District 51:

Assemblymember Marcela Mitaynes (Democratic, Working Families)

Marcela Mitaynes
Marcela Mitaynes

Mitaynes: 75.34%

Peterson: 20.5%

District 52:

Assemblymember Jo Anne Simon (Democratic, Working Families)

Jo Anne Simon
Jo Anne Simon

Simon: 89.99%

Wynkoop: 7.77%

District 54:

Assemblymember Erik M. Dilan (Democratic)

Erik Dilan

Dilan: 81.01%

Chowdhury: 12.73%

District 55:

Assemblymember Latrice Monique Walker (Democratic, Working Families)

Latrice Walker

Walker: 90.58%

Jackson: 4.39%

Jones: 2.28%

District 58:

Assemblymember Monique Chandler-Waterman (Democratic, Working Families)

Monique Chandler-Waterman

Chandler-Waterman: 92.07%

Allen-Davy: 4.83%

District 60:

Assemblymember Nikki Lucas (Democratic)

Nikki Lucas
Nikki Lucas

Lucas: 84.44%

Alleyne: 5.57%

Nigel Roberts

Nigel Roberts is a New York-based, award-winning freelance journalist. During his career, Nigel has written for several newspapers and magazines. He has extensive experience covering politics and was a...

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  1. how has brooklyn’s republican candidate’s managed to uproot incumbents of many years?zeldin didnt have enough republican votes in nyc,period.

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