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Judge of Representative State Member of
Governor Attorney United States Justice of the Supreme Court Surrogate County Court Family Court County County
Comptroller in Congress Senator Assembly
and Lieutenant Governor General Senator 10th Judicial District Judge Judge Clerk Comptroller
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Democratic Democratic Democratic Democratic Democratic Democratic Democratic Democratic Democratic Democratic Democratic Democratic Democratic Democratic Democratic Democratic Democratic Democratic Democratic Democratic Democratic
Protect the
1A 3A 4A 5A 6A 7A 8A 9A 10A 11A 12A 13A 14A 15A 16A 17A 18A 19A 20A 21A 22A
Taxpayer
Andrew M Cuomo
FDemocratic For Governor and
Kathy C Hochul
Thomas P
Di Napoli
Letitia A
James
Kirsten E
Gillibrand
George
Nolan
Marian R
Tinari
Deborah
Poulos
Michael A
Gajdos Jr
Norman
St George
Helen
Voutsinas
Ruth C
Balkin
Theresa
Whelan
Paul M
Hensley
James F
Quinn
Joseph
Farneti
Karen
Kerr
Du Wayne
Gregory
Jay H Perry
Schneiderman Gershon
Gregory- John Rona
Fischer Smith
A For Lieutenant Governor

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican
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Marc Molinaro Chele
FRepublican For Governor and
Julie Killian
Jonathan
Trichter
Keith
Wofford
Chiavacci Larry
Kelly
Stephen F
Kiely
Daniel T
Driscoll
John B
Zollo
Norman
St George
Helen
Voutsinas
Ruth C
Balkin
Tara A
Scully
Steven A
Pilewski
James F
Quinn
Joseph
Farneti
Richard
Hoffmann
Judith A
Pascale
John M
Kennedy Jr
Lee M
Zeldin
Kenneth P
La Valle
Anthony H
Palumbo
B For Lieutenant Governor Farley
Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative
1C 3C 4C 5C 6C 7C 8C 9C 10C 11C 12C 13C 14C 15C 16C 17C 18C 19C 20C 21C 22C
Marc Molinaro Chele
FConservative For Governor and
Julie Killian
Jonathan
Trichter
Keith
Wofford
Chiavacci George
Nolan
Marian R
Tinari
Deborah
Poulos
Michael A
Gajdos Jr
Thomas
Rademaker
Christopher L Robert M
Grayson Nigro
Theresa
Whelan
Paul M
Hensley
James F
Quinn
Joseph
Farneti
Karen
Kerr
Judith A
Pascale
John M
Kennedy Jr
Lee M
Zeldin
Kenneth P
La Valle
Anthony H
Palumbo
C For Lieutenant Governor Farley
Green Green Green Green Green Green
1D 3D 4D 13D 14D 17D
Howie Hawkins
FGreen For Governor and
Jia Lee
Mark
Dunlea
Michael
Sussman
Tara A
Scully
Steven A
Pilewski
Richard
Hoffmann
D For Lieutenant Governor

Working Working Working Working Working Working Working Working Working Working Working
Families 1E Families 3E Families 4E Families 5E Families 14E Families 15E Families 16E Families 17E Families 18E Families 19E Families 20E
FWorking Andrew M Cuomo
For Governor and Thomas P Letitia A Kirsten E Paul M James F Joseph Karen Debra Jay H Perry
Families Kathy C Hochul Di Napoli James Gillibrand Hensley Quinn Farneti Kerr Brown Schneiderman Gershon
E For Lieutenant Governor
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Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence
1F 3F 4F 5F 6F 7F 8F 9F 10F 11F 12F 13F 14F 15F 16F 17F 18F 19F 20F 21F 22F
Andrew M Cuomo
FIndependence For Governor and
Kathy C Hochul
Thomas P
Di Napoli
Letitia A
James
Kirsten E
Gillibrand
George
Nolan
Marian R
Tinari
Deborah
Poulos
Michael A
Gajdos Jr
Vincent J
Messina Jr
Stephen J
Lynch
David A
Morris
Theresa
Whelan
Paul M
Hensley
James F
Quinn
Joseph
Farneti
Karen
Kerr
Judith A
Pascale
John M
Kennedy Jr
Lee M
Zeldin
Kenneth P
La Valle
Anthony H
Palumbo
F For Lieutenant Governor

Women's Women's Women's Women's Women's Women's Women's
Equality 1G Equality 3G Equality 5G Equality 14G Equality 17G Equality 19G Equality 20G
FWomen's Andrew M Cuomo
For Governor and Thomas P Kirsten E Steven A Karen Jay H Kate M
Equality Kathy C Hochul Di Napoli Gillibrand Pilewski Kerr Schneiderman Browning
G For Lieutenant Governor

Reform Reform Reform Reform Reform Reform Reform Reform Reform Reform Reform
1H 3H 4H 5H 13H 14H 17H 18H 19H 20H 21H
Marc Molinaro Chele
FReform For Governor and
Julie Killian
Thomas P
Di Napoli
Nancy B
Sliwa
Chiavacci Tara A
Scully
Steven A
Pilewski
Richard
Hoffmann
Judith A
Pascale
John M
Kennedy Jr
Lee M
Zeldin
Kenneth P
La Valle
H For Lieutenant Governor Farley
SAM Libertarian Libertarian Libertarian
1I 2I 3I 4I
FSAM Stephanie A Miner Larry Sharpe
For Governor and For Governor and Cruger E Christopher B
Libertarian Michael J Volpe Andrew C Hollister Gallaudet Garvey
I For Lieutenant Governor For Lieutenant Governor

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Mark only with a writing instrument provided by the board of elections.
To vote for a candidate whose name is printed on this ballot fill in the oval above or next to the name of the candidate, like .
To vote for a person whose name is not printed on this ballot write or stamp his or her name in the space labeled "WRITE-IN" that appears at the bottom of the column for such office.
To vote yes or no on a proposal, if any, that appears on the back side of the ballot, fill in the oval that corresponds to your vote, like .
Any other mark or writing, or any erasure made on this ballot outside the voting squares or blank spaces provided for voting will void this entire ballot.
SAMPLE - VOID 6. Do not overvote. If you select a greater number of candidates than there are vacancies to be filled, your ballot will be void for that public office, party position or proposal.
7. If you tear, or deface, or wrongly mark this ballot, return it and obtain another. Do not attempt to correct mistakes on the ballot by making erasures or cross outs. Erasures or cross outs may invalidate all or part of your ballot. Prior to submitting your
ballot, if you make a mistake in completing the ballot or wish to change your ballot choices, you may obtain and complete a new ballot. You have a right to a replacement ballot upon return of the original ballot.
8. After completing your ballot seek the assistance of an election inspector.
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