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2016 New York State Assembly election

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2016 New York State Assembly election
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150 seats from the New York State Assembly
  Majority party Minority party Third party
 
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NYS Assembly Minority Leader Brian M Kolb.jpg
Fred Thiele.jpg
Leader Carl Heastie Brian Kolb Fred Thiele[a]
Party Democratic Republican Independence
Leader's seat 83rd district 131st District 1st District
Seats before 105 42 1
Seats after 105[b] 43 1
Seat change Steady Increase 1 Steady
Popular vote 3,851,654 2,041,214 181,577
Percentage 58.12% 30.80% 2.74%

  Fourth party
 
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Leader Angela Wozniak
Party Conservative
Leader's seat 143rd District
Seats before 1
Seats after 0
Seat change Decrease 1
Popular vote 306,448
Percentage 4.62%

2016 New York State Assembly election results by seat.svg

Speaker before election

Carl Heastie
Democratic

Speaker

Carl Heastie
Democratic

The 2016 New York State Assembly elections were held on Tuesday, November 8, 2016, with the primary election on September 13, 2016. Voters in the 150 districts of the New York State Assembly elected their representatives. The elections coincided with the elections for other offices, including for U.S. President and the state senate.

Overview

2016 New York State Assembly elections
General election — November 8, 2016[1]
Party Votes Percentage Contested Before After +/–
Democratic 3,851,654 58.12% 133 105 105 Steady
Republican 2,041,214 30.80% 103 42 43 Increase 1
Independence 181,577 2.74% 94 1 1 Steady
Working Families 169,524 2.56% 85 1 1 Steady
Conservative 306,448 4.62% 91 1 0 Decrease 1
Reform 26,238 0.40% 70 0 0 Steady
Women's Equality 25,106 0.38% 42 0 0 Steady
Green 19,264 0.29% 12 0 0 Steady
Stop de Blasio 1,499 0.02% 3 0 0 Steady
Tax Revolt 1,222 0.02% 3 0 0 Steady
Libertarian 1,149 0.02% 2 0 0 Steady
Tax Cuts Now 1,047 0.02% 1 0 0 Steady
New Ideas 914 0.01% 1 0 0 Steady

Results

District 1

1st Assembly District election in New York, 2016[1]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Democratic Fred Thiele 30,803 56.64%
Working Families Fred Thiele 1,772 4.47%
Independence Fred Thiele 2,243 3.11%
Women's Equality Fred Thiele 428 0.68%
Total Fred Thiele 35,246 55.65%
Republican Robert Antonacci 21,280 33.60%
Total Robert Antonacci 21,280 33.60%
Blank 6,718 10.61%
Void 29 0.05%
Write-in 63 0.10%
Totals 63,340 100.00%
Independence/Democratic Hold

District 2

2nd Assembly District election in New York, 2016[1]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Republican Anthony Palumbo 32,636 49.24%
Conservative Anthony Palumbo 5,235 7.90%
Independence Anthony Palumbo 1,724 2.60%
Reform Anthony Palumbo 200 0.30%
Total Anthony Palumbo 39,795 60.04%
Democratic Michael L. Conroy 19,575 29.53%
Total Michael L. Conroy 19,575 29.53%
Blank 6,794 10.25%
Void 11 0.02%
Write-in 33 0.05%
Totals 66,280 100.00%
Republican Hold

District 3

3rd Assembly District election in New York, 2016[1]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Republican Dean Murray 23,957 45.52%
Conservative Dean Murray 3,560 6.76%
Independence Dean Murray 1,401 2.66%
Reform Dean Murray 169 0.03%
Total Dean Murray 29,087 55.27%
Democratic Gregory D. Schoen 17,404 33.07%
Total Gregory D. Schoen 17,404 33.07%
Blank 6,108 11.61%
Void 7 0.01%
Write-in 20 0.04%
Totals 52,626 100.00%
Republican Hold

District 4

4th Assembly District election in New York, 2016[1]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Democratic Steve Englebright 29,051 48.59%
Working Families Steve Englebright 1,400 2.34%
Independence Steve Englebright 1,490 2.49%
Total Steve Englebright 31,941 53.42%
Republican Steven Weissbard 18,811 31.46%
Conservative Steven Weissbard 3,183 5.32%
Total Steven Weissbard 21,994 36.78%
Blank 5,813 9.72%
Void 12 0.02%
Write-in 31 0.05%
Totals 59,791 100.00%
Democratic Hold

District 5

5th Assembly District election in New York, 2016[1]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Republican Al Graf 27,949 46.94%
Conservative Al Graf 4,097 6.88%
Independence Al Graf 1,190 2.00%
Reform Al Graf 148 0.25%
Total Al Graf 33,384 56.06%
Democratic Gregory D. Schoen 18,313 30.75%
Total Gregory D. Schoen 18,313 30.75%
Libertarian James Smith 824 1.38%
Blank 6,983 11.72%
Void 16 0.03%
Write-in 26 0.04%
Totals 59,546 100.00%
Republican Hold

District 6

4th Assembly District election in New York, 2016[1]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Democratic Philip Ramos 24,201 68.46%
Working Families Philip Ramos 1,573 4.45%
Independence Philip Ramos 1,046 2.96%
Total Philip Ramos 26,820 75.87%
Blank 8,438 23.87%
Void 1 >0.01%
Write-in 89 0.25%
Totals 35,348 100.00%
Democratic Hold

District 7

7th Assembly District election in New York, 2016[1]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Republican Andrew Barbarino 31,330 48.91%
Conservative Andrew Barbarino 5,018 7.83%
Independence Andrew Barbarino 1,612 2.52%
Reform Andrew Barbarino 275 0.43%
Total Andrew Barbarino 38,235 59.69%
Democratic Nickolas R. Gambini 18,653 29.12%
Total Nickolas R. Gambini 18,653 29.12%
Blank 7,133 11.13%
Void 14 0.02%
Write-in 26 0.04%
Totals 64,061 100.00%
Republican Hold

District 8

2016 8th Assembly District election in New York[1]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Republican Michael J. Fitzpatrick 36,528 52.73%
Conservative Michael J. Fitzpatrick 5,155 7.44%
Independence Michael J. Fitzpatrick 1,422 2.05%
Reform Michael J. Fitzpatrick 148 0.26%
Total Michael J. Fitzpatrick 43,286 62.49%
Democratic Richard S. Macellaro 19,121 27.60%
Total Richard S. Macellaro 19,121 27.60%
Blank 6,831 9.86%
Void 16 0.02%
Write-in 15 0.02%
Totals 69,269 100.00%
Republican Hold

District 9

2016 9th Assembly District election in New York[1]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Republican Joseph Saladino 35,368 53.15%
Conservative Joseph Saladino 4,352 6.54%
Independence Joseph Saladino 1,181 0.18%
Tax Revolt Joseph Saladino 269 0.40%
Reform Joseph Saladino 171 0.26%
Total Joseph Saladino 41,341 62.12%
Democratic Richard S. Macellaro 18,841 28.31%
Total Richard S. Macellaro 18,841 28.31%
Blank 6,311 9.48%
Write-in 29 0.04%
Void 23 0.03%
Totals 66,545 100.00%
Republican Hold

District 10

2016 10th Assembly District election in New York[1]
Party Candidate Votes Percentage
Republican Chad Lupinacci 27,231 44.03%
Conservative Chad Lupinacci 3,703 5.99%
Independence Chad Lupinacci 1,456 2.35%
Reform Chad Lupinacci 281 0.45%
Total Chad Lupinacci 32,671 52.83%
Democratic Edwin Perez 23,923 38.68%
Total Edwin Perez 23,923 38.68%
Blank 5,197 8.40%
Write-in 40 0.06%
Void 16 0.03%
Totals 61,847 100.00%
Republican Hold

Notes

  1. ^ Thiele caucuses with the Democrats.
  2. ^ Includes Diana Richardson of the 43rd District, who was originally elected on the Working Families line but now considers herself a Democrat as well.

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "2016 New York State Assembly election results" (PDF).
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