Rep. Richard Hanna (R-NY) will look to defend his seat as representative of New York’s 22nd congressional district against Claudia Tenney during the GOP primary. Voting started Tuesday and will continue until 9 p.m.
The 22nd district consists of Chenango, Madison, Oneida, and Cortland counties, as well as parts of Herkimer, Broome, Oswego, and Tioga counties, according to The Syracuse Post-Standard.
Hanna, a two-term congressman and business owner, currently serves on congressional committees for transportation and infrastructure, small business, and energy and commerce. Hanna often breaks party lines, sometimes voting with Democrats on issues many Republicans vote against.
On The Issues, a website which tracks “every political leader on every issue,” puts Hanna in the “moderate” category.
Claudia Tenney, lawyer and two-term member of the New York State Assembly, will also be on the ballot. She has been publicly endorsed by New York’s Conservative Party.
You can find your local polling station here. The polls will only be open to registered Republicans in the 22nd district.