New York has its primary election for federal seats on Tuesday, June 26. (The primary for state level seats isn’t until September.) Use this information to make your own voting plan and/or share with friends in the state!
New York Politics: A Snapshot
• 1 Senator is up for re-election in 2018
• All 27 House Representatives are up for re-election
• Voted +23 for Clinton in 2016
Kirsten Gillibrand is the Democratic incumbent. She is running unopposed.
Kirsten Gillibrand – website
U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Cook Political Report has Districts 1, 11, 19, 22, and 24 rated competitive, and are good opportunities for the Democrats to flip. Information about the Democratic candidates:
District 1 candidate info is here
District 11 candidate info is here
District 19 candidate info is here
District 22 candidate info is here
District 24 candidate info is here
A Final Note
New York’s primary for statewide (governor, etc.) and legislative seats is on September 24. You can see a complete list of those races at Ballotpedia: New York Elections 2018. You can enter your address at 411Vote to see a sample ballot.