New York Elections
2014 New York Elections  

Hot Senate Races
Tuesday, November 4th, 2014



New York

Electoral Votes:  
  Andrew Cuomo (D)
  Chuck Schumer (D)
  Kirsten Gillibrand (D)

    The was held on Tuesday, June 24th, 2014.
    The will be held on Tuesday, November 4th, 2014.
    There are no New York Senate seats up for election in 2014.
    The gubernatorial seat currently held by Andrew Cuomo will be up for election in 2014.
    New York Secretary of State, Division of Elections
    Democratic Party of New York
    Republican Party of New York

   New York 2014 Election The New York Gubernatorial seat to be contested is currently held by democrat Andrew Cuomo.
   New York Gubernatorial Election Andrew Cuomo was sworn in on January 1st, 2011 and is serving his first term in office.
   2014 New York Gubernatorial Election Andrew Cuomo is eligible for re-election in 2014 and has declared his candidacy.

2014 New York Gubernatorial Candidates

Rob Astorino

Westchester County Executive
Republican Nominee      Astorino campaign website

Michael Carey

Small business owner, reformer and parent advocate
Declared Life and Justice Party Candidate      Carey campaign website

Andrew Cuomo

Governor of New York
Democratic, Independence, Working Families Nominee      Cuomo campaign website

Howie Hawkins

Activist, veteran and 2010 Green Party nominee for Governor
Declared Green Party Candidate      Hawkins campaign website

Jimmy McMillan

Veteran and former mayoral, gubernatorial and senatorial candidate
Declared Rent is 2 Damn High Candidate      Jimmy McMillan campaign website

Michael McDermott

Real estate broker and former President of the Hauppauge School Board
Libertarian Nominee      McDermott campaign website

Zephyr Teachout

Organizer, educator, and scholar
Declared Democratic Candidate      Teachout campaign website
    The was held on Tuesday, June 24th, 2014.

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