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US elections 2020 results in New York: Donald Trump vs Joe Biden

American flags (©Paula Morin)

American flags (©Paula Morin)

The 59th quadrennial presidential election of the United States of America was held on November 3, 2020 amid the new coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Presidential electors selected by voters will vote on December 14, 2020 to either reelect 49th U.S. president Donald Trump, 74, and 48th U.S. vice president Mike Pence, 61, or elect 47th U.S. vice president Joe Biden, 77, and California senator Kamala Harris, 56, as the 50th U.S. president and 49th U.S. vice president, respectively.

There is a total of 537 electors in the U.S. The required number of electoral votes to enter the White House is 270.

New York has 29 electoral votes. Here are the 2020 U.S. election results in the state:

  • estimated votes cast: 81%
  • update: November 4, 2020

 

PRESIDENT

  1. Joe Biden (Democrat): 4,229,696
  2. Donald Trump (Republican): 2,929,752
  3. Jo Jorgensen (Libertarian): 49,314
  4. Howie Hawkins (Green): 23,890
  5. Brock Pierce (Independent): 18,372

U.S. HOUSE

District 1

  1. Lee Zeldin (Republican): 176,317
  2. Nancy Goroff (Democrat): 111,188

District 2

  1. Andrew Garbarino (Republic): 157,001
  2. Jackie Gordon (Democrat): 111,204
  3. Harry Burger (Green): 2,565

District 3

  1. George Santos (Republican): 137,864
  2. Tom Suozzi (Democrat): 133,634
  3. Howard Rabin (Libertarian): 1,500

District 4

  1. Kathleen Rice (Democrat): 147,580
  2. Douglas Tuman (Republican): 134,243
  3. Joseph R. Naham (Green): 2,018

District 5

  1. Gregory Weldon Meeks (Democrat): 182,481

District 6

  1. Grace Meng (Democrat): 106,131
  2. Thomas Zmich: 63,324

District 7

  1. Nydia Velasquez (Democrat): 142,815
  2. Brian Kelly (Republican): 27,907
  3. Gilbert Midonnet (Libertarian): 1,158

District 8

  1. Hakeem Jeffries (Democrat): 175,140
  2. Garfield Wallace (Republica): 36,873

District 9

  1. Yvette D. Clarke: 170,898
  2. Constantin Jean-Pierre: 36,847
  3. Gary Popkin (Libertarian): 1,221
  4. Joel Anabilah-Azumah (Serve America Movement):  726

District 10

  1. Jerrold Nadler (Democrat): 120,273
  2. Cathy Bernstein (Republican): 52,842
  3. Michael Madrid (Libertarian): 2,156

District 11

  1. Nicole Malliotakis (Republican): 136,382
  2. Max Rose (Democrat): 99,224

District 12

  1. Carolyn B. Maloney (Democrat): 153,815
  2. Carlos Santiago-Cano (Republican): 37,973
  3. Steven Kolln (Libertarian): 2,732

District 13

  1. Adriano Espaillat (Democrat): 179,589
  2. Lovelynn Gwinn (Republica): 16,787
  3. Christopher Morris-Perry (Conservative): 2,747

District 14

  1. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Democrat): 105,455
  2. John Cummings (Republican): 46,877
  3. Michelle Caruso-Cabrera (Serve America Movement): 1,042

District 15

  1. Ritchie Torres (Democrat): 136,471
  2. Patrick Delices (Republican): 18,198

District 16

  1. Jamaal Bowman (Democrat): 160,289
  2. Patrick McManus (Conservative): 32,831

District 17

  1. Mondaire Jones (Democrat): 57,818
  2. Maureen McArdle Schulman (Republican): 53,718
  3. Joshua Eisen (Education. Community. Law.): 4,383
  4. Yehudis Gottesfeld (Conservative): 4,121

District 18

  1. Sean Maloney (Democrat): 133,198
  2. Chele Farley (Republican): 126,951
  3. Scott Smith (Libertarian): 2,422

District 19

  1. Antonio Delgado (Democrat): 141,747
  2. Kyle Van De Water (Republica): 134,503
  3. Victoria Alexander (Libertarian): 3,399
  4. Steven Greenfield (Green): 2,048

District 20

  1. Paul Tonko (Democrat): 162,189
  2. Elizabeth Joy (Republica): 124,349

District 21

  1. Elise Stefanik (Republican): 164,939
  2. Tedra Cobb (Democrat): 91,233

District 22

  1. Claudia Tenney (Republican): 139,883
  2. Anthony Brindisi (Democrat): 111,461
  3. Keith Price (Libertarian): 5,467

District 23

  1. Tom Reed (Republican): 160,131
  2. Tracy Mitrano (Democrat): 90,959
  3. Andrew Kolstee (Libertarian): 2,893

District 24

  1. John Katko (Republican): 155,830
  2. Dana Balter (Democrat): 100,728
  3. Steven Williams (Working Families): 9,835

District 25

  1. Joseph Morelle (Democrat): 133,500
  2. George Mitris (Republican): 113,557
  3. Kevin Wilson (Libertarian): 3,982

District 26

  1. Brian Higgins (Democrat): 168,883
  2. Ricky Donovan Sr. (Republican): 81,959
  3. Mike Raleigh (Green): 3,518

District 27

  1. Christopher Jacobs (Republica): 205,226
  2. Nate McMurray (Democrat): 109,761
  3. Duane Whitmer (Libertarian): 4,133

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