TOMPKINS COUNTY, N.Y.—Here are the unofficial election results from Tuesday’s U.S. House of Representatives special election for NY-23, the Democratic primary for U.S. House of Representatives NY-19, and the Democratic primary for New York State Senate District 52.

These results will not be official until all of the mail-in ballots are counted next week. All absentee ballots and early votes are included in tonight’s results, according to Tompkins County Democratic Board of Elections Commissioner Steve DeWitt.

(Update 12:01 a.m.) – These numbers will be updated throughout the night as they are published. They are not final until the mail-in ballots are counted.

U.S. House of Representatives Special Election, Congressional District 23 (serving until Jan. 2023)

CandidatePercentageTotal VoteTompkins County vote
Max Della Pia (D)46.37%34,00111,287 (85.11%)
Joe Sempolinski (R) (Unofficial winner)52.84%38,7491,951 (14.71%)
401 of 430 districts reporting

The winner of the above special election is finishing the term of departed Rep. Tom Reed.

U.S. House of Representatives Democratic Primary, Congressional District 19

CandidatePercentageTotal voteTompkins County vote
Josh Riley (Unofficial Winner)61.52%30,4626,609 (64.35%)
Jamie Cheney35.29%17,4743,044 (29.64%)
850 districts reporting of 850

The winner of the above primary will face Republican Marc Molinaro in the general election in November.

New York State Senate Democratic Primary, District 52

CandidatePercentageTotal VoteTompkins County vote
Lea Webb (Unofficial winner)58.83%10,9765,692 (55.42%)
Leslie Danks Burke37.27%6,9534,208 (40.97%)
196 of 196 districts reporting

The winner of the above primary will face Republican Rich David in the general election in November.

Matt Butler

Matt Butler is the Managing Editor at the Ithaca Voice. He can be reached by email at mbutler@ithacavoice.com