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2022 New York State Assembly election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2022 New York Assembly election

← 2020 November 8, 2022 2024 →

All 150 seats in the New York State Assembly
76 seats needed for a majority
 
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Leader Carl Heastie William Barclay
Party Democratic Republican
Leader since February 3, 2015 January 7, 2020
Leader's seat 83rd 120th
Last election 105 seats, 58.5% 43 seats, 31.7%
Current seats 106 43
Seats needed Steady Increase 33

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     Democratic incumbent      Republican incumbent

Incumbent Speaker

Carl Heastie
Democratic



The 2022 New York State Assembly election will be held on November 8, 2022. Elections will be held to elect representatives from all 150 districts across the State of New York. This election will coincide with New York elections for the governorship, U.S. Senate, and state senate, among others. Districts for this election will be redrawn following the 2020 United States census.[1] Democrats have held a majority in the New York State Assembly since 1975.

Overview

Incumbents not seeking re-election

Incumbents defeated in primary elections

Predictions

Source Ranking As of
Sabato's Crystal Ball[5] Safe D May 19, 2022

Assembly Districts

District 2016/2020 Pres. Result Member Party First Elected Status Candidates[6]
1 D+4 Fred Thiele Dem 1995+ Incumbent running for reelection Peter Ganley (Republican)[7]

Fred Thiele (Democrat)[8]

2 R+8 Jodi Giglio Rep 2020 Incumbent running for reelection Jodi Giglio (Republican)[9]

Wendy Hamberger (Democratic)[9]

3 R+4 Joe DeStefano Rep 2018 Incumbent running for reelection Joe DeStefano (Republican)[8]

Trina Miles (Democratic)[8]

4 D+1 Steve Englebright Dem 1992+ Incumbent running for reelection Steve Englebright (Democratic)[8]

Edward Flood (Republican)[8]

5 R+8 Douglas M. Smith Rep 2018+ Incumbent running for reelection James Anthony (Democratic)[8]

Douglas Smith (Republican)[8]

6 D+20 Philip Ramos Dem 2002 Incumbent running for reelection Philip Ramos (Democratic)[10]

Kevin Surdi (Republican)[11]

7 R+6 Jarett Gandolfo Rep 2020 Incumbent running for reelection Jarett Gandolfo (Republican)[8]

Douglas Pearsall (Democratic)[8]

8 R+19 Michael J. Fitzpatrick Rep 2002 Incumbent running for reelection Michael Fitzpatrick (Republican)[8]

Jeanine Aponte (Democratic)[8]

9 R+19 Michael Durso Rep 2020 Incumbent running for reelection Michael Durso (Republican)[12]

Steven J. Dellavecchia (Democratic)[13]

10 D+5 Steve Stern Dem 2018+ Incumbent running for reelection Steve Stern (Democrat)[13]

Aamir Sultan (Republican)[12]

11 D+6 Kimberly Jean-Pierre Dem 2014 Incumbent running for reelection Kimberly Jean-Pierre (Democrat)[13]

Christopher Sperber (Republican)[12]

12 R+2 Keith Brown Rep 2020+ Incumbent running for reelection Keith Brown (Republican)[8]

Cooper Macco (Democratic)[8]

13 D+9 Charles D. Lavine Dem 2004 Incumbent running for reelection Charles D. Lavine (Democrat)[14]

Ruka Anzai (Republican)[12]

14 R+8 David McDonough Rep 2002+ Incumbent running for reelection David McDonough (Republican)[12]

Dustin Ginsberg (Democratic)[14]

15 R+2 Michael Montesano Rep 2010+ Incumbent retired Jacob Ryan Blumencranz (Republican)[12]

Amanda R. Field (Democratic)[14]

16 D+7 Gina Sillitti Dem 2020 Incumbent running for reelection Gina Sillitti (Democratic)[14]

Vibhuti Jha (Republican)[12]

17 R+10 John Mikulin Rep 2018+ Incumbent running for reelection John Mikulin (Republican)[12]

Paul R. Kaminsky (Democratic)[14]

18 D+39 Taylor Darling Dem 2018 Incumbent running for reelection Taylor Darling (Democrat)[14]

LaMont Johnson (Republican)[12]

19 R+6 Ed Ra Rep 2010 Incumbent running for reelection Ed Ra (Republican)[12]

Sanjeev Kumar Jindal (Democrat)[14]

20 R+4 Eric Brown Rep 2016 Incumbent running for reelection Eric Brown (Republican)[12]

Michael A. Delury (Democrat)[14]

21 D+6 Judy Griffin Dem 2018 Incumbent running for reelection Judy Griffin (Democrat)[14]

Brian F. Curran (Republican)[12]

22 D+15 Michaelle C. Solages Dem 2012 Incumbent running for reelection Michaelle C. Solages (Democrat)[14]

Cara Castronuova (Republican)[12]

23 D+2 Stacey Pheffer Amato Dem 2016 Incumbent running for reelection Stacey Pheffer Amato (Democrat)

Thomas Sullivan (Republican)

24 D+25 David Weprin Dem 2010+ Incumbent running for reelection David Weprin (Democrat)[15]
25 D+14 Nily Rozic (Democrat)

Seth Breland (Republican)

Dem 2012 Incumbent running for reelection Nily Rozic (Democrat)[10]
26 D+10 Edward Braunstein Dem 2010 Incumbent running for reelection Edward Braunstein (Democrat)

Robert Speranza (Republican)

27 D+8 Daniel Rosenthal Dem 2017+ Incumbent running for reelection Daniel Rosenthal (Democrat)

Angelo King (Republican)

28 D+12 Andrew Hevesi Dem 2005+ Incumbent running for reelection Andrew Hevesi (Democrat)[10]

Michael Conigliaro (Republican)

29 D+42 Alicia Hyndman Dem 2015+ Incumbent running for reelection Alicia Hyndman (Democrat)[15]
30 D+19 Brian Barnwell Dem 2016 Incumbent retiring [16] Steven Raga (Democrat)[17]

Sean Lally (Republican)

31 D+39 Khaleel Anderson Dem 2020 Incumbent running for reelection Khaleel Anderson (Democrat)[10]
32 D+43 Vivian E. Cook Dem 1990 Incumbent running for reelection Vivian E. Cook (Democrat)[15]

Marilyn Miller (Republican)

33 D+37 Clyde Vanel Dem 2016+ Incumbent running for reelection Clyde Vanel (Democrat)[18]
34 D+26 Jessica González-Rojas Dem 2020 Incumbent running for reelection Jessica González-Rojas (Democrat)[10]
35 D+26 Jeffrion L. Aubry Dem 1992+ Incumbent running for reelection Jeffrion L. Aubry (Democrat)[15]

Hiram Monserrate (Democrat)[19]

36 D+32 Zohran Mamdani Dem 2020 Incumbent running for reelection Zohran Mamdani (Democrat)[10]
37 D+26 Catherine Nolan Dem 1984 Incumbent retiring[20] Juan Ardila (Democrat)[21]
38 D+23 Jenifer Rajkumar Dem 2020 Incumbent running for reelection Jenifer Rajkumar (Democrat)
39 D+24 Catalina Cruz Dem 2018 Incumbent running for reelection Catalina Cruz (Democrat)[10]
40 D+14 Ron Kim Dem 2012 Incumbent running for reelection Ron Kim (Democrat)[10]

Sharon Liao (Republican)

41 D+6 Helene Weinstein Dem 1980 Incumbent running for reelection Helene Weinstein (Democrat)[10]

Ramona Johnson (Conservative)

42 D+37 Rodneyse Bichotte Dem 2014 Incumbent running for reelection Rodneyse Bichotte (Democrat)
43 D+39 Brian Cunningham Dem 2022+ Incumbent running for reelection Brian Cunningham (Democrat)[15]

Jelanie Deshong (Working Families)

44 D+35 Robert Carroll Dem 2016 Incumbent running for reelection Robert Carroll (Democrat)[10]

Brenda Horton (Republican)[22]

45 R+16 Steven Cymbrowitz Dem 2000 Incumbent running for reelection Steven Cymbrowitz (Democrat)

Michael Novakhov (Republican)[22]

46 D+2 Mathylde Frontus Dem 2018 Incumbent running for reelection Alec Brook-Krasny (Republican)[22]

Mathylde Frontus (Democrat)[10]

47 D+2 William Colton Dem 1996 Incumbent running for reelection William Colton (Democrat)

Dmitriy Kugel (Republican)[22]

48 R+26 Simcha Eichenstein Dem 2018 Incumbent running for reelection Simcha Eichenstein (Democrat)

Linda Holmes (Working Families)

49 D+5 Peter J. Abbate Jr. Dem 1986 Incumbent running for reelection Peter J. Abbate Jr. (Democrat)

Lester Chang (Republican)[22]

50 D+29 Emily Gallagher Dem 2020 Incumbent running for reelection Emily Gallagher (Democrat)[10]
51 D+33 Marcela Mitaynes Dem 2020 Incumbent running for reelection Marcela Mitaynes (Democrat)[10]

Timothy Peterson (Republican)[22]

52 D+42 Jo Anne Simon Dem 2014 Incumbent running for reelection Jo Anne Simon (Democrat)[10]

Brett Wynkoop (Republican)[22]

53 D+40 Maritza Davila Dem 2013+ Incumbent running for reelection Maritza Davila (Democrat)
54 D+40 Erik Martin Dilan Dem 2014 Incumbent running for reelection Erik Martin Dilan (Democrat)[15]

Khorshed Chowdhury (Republican)[22]

55 D+45 Latrice Walker Dem 2014 Incumbent running for reelection Latrice Walker (Democrat)[15]


Berneda Jackson (Republican)[22]

56 D+45 Stefani Zinerman Dem 2020 Incumbent running for reelection Stefani Zinerman (Democrat)[23]
57 D+44 Phara Souffrant Forrest Dem 2020 Incumbent running for reelection Phara Souffrant Forrest (Democrat)[10]
58 D+45 Monique Chandler-Waterman Dem 2022+ Incumbent running for reelection Monique Chandler-Waterman (Democrat)[15]


Monique Allen-Davy (Republican)[22]

59 D+23 Jaime Williams Dem 2016+ Incumbent running for reelection Jaime Williams (Democrat)
60 D+43 Nikki Lucas Dem 2022+ Incumbent running for reelection Nikki Lucas (Democrat)[15]

Keron Alleyne (Working Families)[24]

61 D+21 Charles Fall Dem 2018 Incumbent running for reelection Charles Fall (Democrat)[25]
62 R+26 Michael Reilly Rep 2018 Incumbent running for reelection Michael Reilly (Republican)
63 R+2 Michael Cusick Dem 2002 Incumbent retiring[26] Sam T. Pirozzolo (Republican)[15]

Vincent Argenziano (Democrat) [27]

64 R+12 Michael Tannousis Rep 2020 Incumbent running for reelection Michael Tannousis (Republican)[22]
65 D+33 Yuh-Line Niou Dem 2016 Incumbent retiring to run for Congress[28][29] Grace Lee (Democrat)[15]

Helen Qiu (Republican)

66 D+40 Deborah J. Glick Dem 1990 Incumbent running for reelection Deborah J. Glick (Democrat)[15]

Ryder Kessler (Working Families)[30]

67 D+37 Linda Rosenthal Dem 2006+ Incumbent running for reelection Linda Rosenthal (Democrat)[10]
68 D+39 Eddie Gibbs Dem 2022+ Incumbent running for reelection Eddie Gibbs (Democrat)[15]

Wilfredo Lopez (Working Families)[31]
Daby Carreras (Republican)

69 D+41 Daniel J. O'Donnell Dem 2002 Incumbent running for reelection Daniel J. O'Donnell (Democrat)

Ian McKenzie (Republican)

70 D+44 Inez Dickens Dem 2016 Incumbent running for reelection Inez E. Dickens (Democrat)[15]

Delsenia Glover (Working Families)[32]
Cynthia Nelson-Acevedo (Republican)

71 D+41 Al Taylor Dem 2017+ Incumbent running for reelection Al Taylor (Democrat)[15]
72 D+37 Manny De Los Santos Dem 2016 Incumbent running for reelection Manny De Los Santos (Democrat)[15]
73 D+30 Dan Quart Dem 2011+ Incumbent retiring.[33] Alex Bores (Democrat)[34]

Kellie Leeson (Working Families)[15]
David Casavis (Republican)

74 D+36 Harvey Epstein Dem 2018+ Incumbent running for reelection Harvey Epstein (Democrat)[10]

Bryan Cooper (Republican)

75 D+37 Richard N. Gottfried Dem 1970 Incumbent retiring.[35] Joseph A. Maffia (Republican)

Tony Simone (Democrat)[36]

76 D+32 Rebecca Seawright Dem 2014 Incumbent running for reelection Rebecca Seawright (Democrat)[10]
77 D+40 Latoya Joyner Dem 2014 Incumbent running for reelection Latoya Joyner (Democrat)

Tanya Carmichael (Republican)

78 D+37 Jose Rivera Dem 2000 Incumbent running for reelection George A. Alvarez (Democrat)[15]

Michael Dister (Republican)

79 D+41 Chantel Jackson Dem 2020 Incumbent running for reelection Chantel Jackson (Democrat)

Richard Bryan (Republican)

80 D+29 Nathalia Fernandez Dem 2018+ Incumbent running for reelection Nathalia Fernandez (Democrat)[10]

Phyllis Nastasio (Republican)

81 D+30 Jeffrey Dinowitz Dem 1994+ Incumbent running for reelection Jeffrey Dinowitz (Democrat)[15]

Jessica Woolford (Working Families)[30]
Kevin Pazmino (Conservative)

82 D+21 Michael Benedetto Dem 2004 Incumbent running for reelection Michael Benedetto (Democrat)[15]

John Greaney (Republican)

83 D+43 Carl Heastie Dem 2000 Incumbent running for reelection Carl Heastie (Democrat)

Tristann Davis (Republican)

84 D+39 Amanda Septimo Dem 2020 Incumbent running for reelection Amanda Septimo (Democrat)[10]

Rosaline Nieves (Republican)

85 D+40 Kenny Burgos Dem 2020 Incumbent running for reelection Kenny Burgos (Democrat)

Laurine Berry (Republican)

86 D+38 Yudelka Tapia Dem 2022+ Incumbent running for reelection Yudelka Tapia (Democrat)[10]

Betty Obregon (Republican)

87 D+38 Karines Reyes Dem 2018 Incumbent running for reelection Karines Reyes (Democrat)[10]

Ariel Rivera-Diaz (Republican)

88 D+17 Amy Paulin Dem 2000 Incumbent running for reelection Amy Paulin (Democrat)

Thomas Fix Jr. (Republican)

89 D+32 J. Gary Pretlow Dem 1992 Incumbent running for reelection J. Gary Pretlow (Democrat)

Andrae Mitchell (Working Families)

90 D+10 Nader Sayegh Dem 2018 Incumbent running for reelection Nader Sayegh (Democrat)

Michael Breen (Republican)

91 D+19 Steven Otis Dem 2012 Incumbent running for reelection Steven Otis (Democrat)

John Vitagliano (Republican)

92 D+18 Thomas J. Abinanti Dem 2010 Incumbent running for re-election. Carlo Valente (Republican)

MaryJane Shimsky (Democrat)[30]

93 D+15 Chris Burdick Dem 2020 Incumbent running for re-election. Chris Burdick (Democrat)[37]

Gary Lipson (Republican)

94 R+7 Kevin Byrne Rep 2016 Incumbent retiring to run for Putnam County Executive[38] Matt Slater (Republican)[39]

Kathleen M. Valletta-McMorrow (Democrat)[13]

95 D+14 Sandy Galef Dem 1992 Incumbent retiring.[40] Dana Levenberg (Democrat)[41]

Vanessa Agudelo (Working Families)[41]

Stacy Halper (Republican)[13]

96 D+8 Kenneth Zebrowski Jr. Dem 2007+ Incumbent running for re-election. Kenneth Zebrowski Jr. (Democrat)[42]

Brett Yagel (Republican)[43]

97 R+3 Michael Lawler Rep 2020 Incumbent is retiring to run for Congress NY-17 Eudson Francois (Democrat)
98 R+10 Karl A. Brabenec Rep 2014 Incumbent running for re-election. Karl Brabenec (Republican)[44]

Bruce M. Levine (Democrat)[13]

99 R+6 Colin Schmitt Rep 2018 Incumbent retiring to run for the U.S. House.[45] Christopher W. Eachus (Democrat)[13]

Kathryn D Luciani (Republican)[13]

100 D+1 Aileen Gunther Dem 2003+ Incumbent running for reelection Aileen Gunther (Democrat)[13]

Lisa LaBue (Republican)[13]

101 R+8 Brian Miller Rep 2016 Incumbent running for reelection in a different district Brian M. Maher (Republican)[13]

Matthew Mackey (Democrat)[46]

102 R+11 Christopher Tague Rep 2018+ Incumbent running for reelection Christopher Tague (Republican)[13]

Nicholas Chase (Democrat)[47]

103 D+13 Kevin A. Cahill Dem 1998 Incumbent lost renomination Sarahana Shrestha (Democrat)[48]

Patrick Sheehan (Republican)[13]

104 D+9 Jonathan Jacobson Dem 2018+ Incumbent running for reelection Jonathan Jacobson (Democrat)[13]
105 R+7 Kieran Lalor Rep 2012 Incumbent retiring.[49] Anil Beephan (Republican)[49]

Jill Fieldstein (Democratic)

106 D+3 Didi Barrett Dem 2012+ Incumbent running for reelection Didi Barrett (Democrat)[13]

Brandon Craig Gaylord (Republican)[13]

107 EVEN Jake Ashby Rep 2018+ Incumbent running for reelection Jake Ashby (Republican)[13]
108 D+6 John T. McDonald III Dem 2012 Incumbent running for reelection John T. McDonald III (Democrat)[13]
109 D+24 Patricia Fahy Dem 2012 Incumbent running for reelection Patricia Fahy (Democrat)

Alicia Purdy (Republican)

110 D+8 Phillip Steck Dem 2012 Incumbent running for reelection Phillip Steck (Democrat)[13]

Alexandra M. Velella (Republican)[6]

111 EVEN Angelo Santabarbara Dem 2012 Incumbent running for reelection Angelo Santabarbara (Democrat)[13]


Joseph C. Mastroianni (Republican)[13]
Robert J. Menzies (Working Families)[13]

112 R+2 Mary Beth Walsh Rep 2016 Incumbent running for re-election Mary Beth Walsh (Republican)[13]

Andrew McAdoo (Democrat)[13]

113 D+2 Carrie Woerner Dem 2014 Incumbent running for re-election Carrie Woerner (Democrat)[13]

David Catalfamo (Republican)[13]

114 R+10 Matt Simpson Rep 2020 Incumbent running for re-election Matt Simpson (Republican)[13]
115 EVEN Billy Jones Dem 2016 Incumbent running for re-election Billy Jones (Democrat)[13]

Stephen H. Chilton III (Republican)[13]

116 R+7 Mark Walczyk Rep 2018 Incumbent retiring to run for New York State Senate[50] Susan Duffy (Conservative)[50]

Scott Gray (Republican)[50]

117 R+18 Ken Blankenbush Rep 2010 Incumbent running for re-election Ken Blankenbush (Republican)[13]
118 R+19 Robert Smullen Rep 2018 Incumbent running for re-election Robert Smullen (Republican)[13]
119 R+7 Marianne Buttenschon Dem 2018 Incumbent running for reelection Marianne Buttenschon (Democrat)[51]

John S. Zielinski (Republican)[52]

120 R+13 William A. Barclay Rep 2002 Incumbent running for re-election William A. Barclay (Republican)[13]
121 R+12 John Salka Rep 2018 Incumbent retiring to run for New York State Senate[46] Joe Angelino (Republican)[13]
122 R+9 Joe Angelino Rep 2020 Incumbent running for re-election in a different district Dan Buttermann (Democrat)[51]

Brian Miller (Republican)[46] Colton Mennig (Working Families)[13]

123 D+6 Donna Lupardo Dem 2004 Incumbent running for reelection Donna Lupardo (Democrat)

Sophia Resciniti (Republican)[53]

124 R+11 Christopher S. Friend Rep 2010 Incumbent running for re-election Christopher S. Friend (Republican)[13]
125 D+18 Anna Kelles Dem 2020 Incumbent running for re-election Anna Kelles (Democrat)[54]
126 R+2 John Lemondes Jr. Rep 2020 Incumbent running for re-election John Lemondes Jr. (Republican)[13]

Bruce MacBain (Democrat)[13]

127 D+2 Albert A. Stirpe Jr. Dem 2012 Incumbent running for re-election Albert A. Stirpe Jr. (Democrat)[13]

Rebecca Shiroff (Republican)[55]

128 D+15 Pamela Hunter Dem 2015+ Incumbent running for re-election Pamela Hunter (Democrat)[56]

Dominick J. Ciciarelli (Republican)[56]

129 D+15 William Magnarelli Dem 1998 Incumbent running for re-election William Magnarelli (Democrat)[56]
130 R+9 Brian Manktelow Rep 2018 Incumbent running for re-election Brian Manktelow (Republican)[13]

Scott Comegys (Democrat)[13]

131 R+6 Jeff Gallahan Rep 2020 Incumbent running for re-election Jeff Gallahan (Republican)[13]
132 R+15 Phil Palmesano Rep 2010 Incumbent running for re-election Phil Palmesano (Republican)[13]
133 R+10 Marjorie Byrnes Rep 2018 Incumbent running for re-election Marjorie Byrnes (Republican)[13]

Sara M. Spezzano (Democrat)[13]

134 R+7 Josh Jensen Rep 2020 Incumbent running for re-election Josh Jensen (Republican)[57]
135 D+7 Jennifer Lunsford Dem 2020 Incumbent running for re-election Jennifer Lunsford (Democrat)[57]

Joseph R Chenelly (Republican)[57]

136 D+17 Sarah Clark Dem 2020 Incumbent running for re-election Sarah Clark (Democrat)[57]

Orlando J Rivera (Republican)[57]

137 D+25 Demond Meeks Dem 2020 Incumbent running for re-election Demond Meeks (Democrat)[57]

Marcus C Williams (Republican)[57]

138 D+13 Harry Bronson Dem 2010 Incumbent running for re-election Harry Bronson (Democrat)[57]

Tracy A DiFlorio (Republican)[57]

139 R+18 Stephen Hawley Rep 2006+ Incumbent running for re-election Stephen Hawley (Republican)[13]

Jennifer A.O. Keys (Democrat)[13]

140 D+5 William Conrad III Dem 2020 Incumbent running for re-election William Conrad III (Democrat)[13]

Scott A. Marciszewski (Republican)[13]

141 D+39 Crystal Peoples-Stokes Dem 2002 Incumbent running for re-election Crystal Peoples-Stokes (Democrat)[58]

Mary Jo Carroll (Republican)[58]

142 D+1 Patrick B. Burke Dem 2018 Incumbent running for re-election Patrick B. Burke (Democrat)[58]

Sandra J Magnano (Republican)[58]

143 D+1 Monica P. Wallace Dem 2016 Incumbent running for re-election Monica P. Wallace (Democrat)[58]

Frank C II Smierciak (Republican)[58]

144 R+13 Michael Norris Rep 2016 Incumbent running for re-election Michael Norris (Republican)[13]
145 R+6 Angelo Morinello Rep 2016 Incumbent running for re-election Angelo Morinello (Republican)[13]

Douglas E. Mooradian (Democrat)[13]

146 D+7 Karen McMahon Dem 2018 Incumbent running for re-election Karen McMahon (Democrat)[58]

Katrina A Zeplowitz (Republican)[58]
Faye Pietrak (Conservative)

147 R+16 David DiPietro Rep 2012 Incumbent running for re-election David DiPietro (Republican)[13]
148 R+20 Joseph Giglio Rep 2005+ Incumbent running for re-election Joseph Giglio (Republican)[13]
149 D+10 Jonathan Rivera Dem 2020 Incumbent running for re-election Jonathan Rivera (Democrat)[58]

Ralph R Hernandez (Republican)[58]

150 R+13 Andy Goodell Rep 2010 Incumbent running for re-election Andy Goodell (Republican)[13]

Sandra A. Lewis (Democrat)[13]

  • +Elected in a special election.

Notes


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