A look at the latest numbers in New York City and state races yet to be called

Michael Gartland, New York Daily News
·2 min read

Final vote tallies in New York State are still being tabulated and won’t be officially certified for days. Local elections boards haven’t begun counting mail-in ballots in some races, several of which are still too close to call. Here are some of the tightest races in the state as of Nov. 13, 2020:

63rd Assembly District, Staten Island

Michael J. Cusick, Democrat (incumbent) — 21,622, 48.62%

Anthony M. DeGuerre, Republican — 22,803, 51.28%

22nd Senate District, Brooklyn

Andrew S. Gounardes, Democrat (incumbent) — 34,586, 45.94%

Vito J. Bruno, Republican — 40,621, 53.95%

26th Assembly District, Queens

Edward Braunstein, Democrat (incumbent) — 17,808, 47.57%

John-Alexander M. Sakelos, Republican — 19,599, 52.36%

46th Assembly District, Brooklyn

Mathylde Frontus, Democrat (incumbent) — 15,030, 45.66%

Mark Szuszkiewicz, Republican — 17,852, 54.23%

5th Senate District, Long Island

Jim Gaughran, Democrat (incumbent) — 58,427

Edward Smyth, Republican — 70,191

6th Senate District, Long Island

Kevin Thomas, Democrat (incumbent) — 62,831, 48.51%

Dennis Dunne, Republican — 65,942, 50.92%

38th Senate District, Rockland

Bill Weber, Republican — 51,571

Elijah Reichlin-Melnick, Democrat — 48,422

40th Senate District, Hudson Valley

Peter Harkham, Democrat (incumbent) — 59,366

Rob Astorino, Republican — 67,426

42nd Senate District, Catskills

Jen Metzger, Democrat (incumbent) — 48,054

Mike Martucci, Republican — 58,685

46th Senate District, Hudson Valley

Michelle Hinchey, Democrat — 58,613, 44.93%

Richard Amedure, Republican — 66,784, 51.19%

50th Senate District, suburban Syracuse

John Mannion, Democrat — 56,071, 45.57%

Angi Renna, Republican — 63,299, 51.45%

97th Assembly District, Rockland

Ellen Jaffee, Democrat (incumbent) — 18,562, 39.08%

Michael Lawler, Republican — 26,138, 53.03%

135th Assembly District, Rochester

Jennifer Lunsford, Democrat — 26,344, 42.81%

Mark Johns, Republican (incumbent) — 32,599, 52.97%

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