New York

Here we need to:
Hold the State House
Hold the U.S. Congress Seat

New York led the way in the response to COVID-19 with decisive state-wide leadership.

Democrats have some seats to hold onto this year to help New York lead the way.

Let's get to work.

State Senate

This November, all 63 seats in the New York State House are up for grabs.

In 2018, Democrats held the chamber, and can make gains in 2020.

Let's get started.

  • In 2018, Democrats missed stealing a seat here by 700 votes in 2018.​

  • 2018: R+0.6, 2016: R+11, 2014: R+3

  • Thomas capped property taxes in Nassau County, as well as secured record aid for schools.

  • Democrats flipped this Republican stronghold in 2018.

  • 2018: D+1.7, 2016: R+11, 2014: R+25

  • Priorities include environmental justice and education

  • This was an unopposed Republican district until 2018, when Democrats brought it within two points.

  • 2018: R+2, 2016: R- Unopposed, 2014: R- Unopposed

  • Gounardes lists his priorities as funding education and public transit

  • Gounardes flipped this Republican-dominated district in 2018.

  • 2018: D+2, 2016: R-Unopposed, 2014: R+30

U.S. Congress

This November, all of the U.S. Congress races will be re-run, as they are every even year. 

There's a race in New York worth looking at, and we have to hold it for Democrats, who barely won this district in 2018.

Let's get to it.

  • This district contains a pivot county, meaning that it voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012, and then Trump in 2016.

  • Brindisi's Republican opponent, Claudia Tenney, held this seat until he took it from her in 2018.

  • 2018: D+2, 2016: R+5, 2014: R-Unopposed