Results are not officially final until a week after Election Day, when mail-in ballots are counted.

Update, 8:30 a.m.: These results have been updated with the latest numbers as of mid-Wednesday morning.

ITHACA, N.Y.—These are all of the results we have as of Wednesday morning, with the nearly all races either decided or with candidates declaring victory.

Mail-in ballots are not counted until next week, so none of the results posted tonight will be official—though hopefully we will be able to tell whether or not there are enough mail-in ballots pending to sway any races. Submitted absentee ballots and early voting numbers are included in tonight’s tallies.

Numbers below are as of the New York State Board of Elections and the Tompkins County Board of Elections.

New York Governor (92% reporting)* This race has been called for Kathy Hochul and Antonio Delgado

CandidatesOverall voteTompkins County vote
Kathy Hochul and Antonio Delgado (D, WFP)52.11% (2,944,456 votes)71.98% (24,266)
Lee Zeldin and Alison Esposito (R, Conservative)47.06% (2,659,153 votes)27.80% (9,371)

New York State Comptroller (92% reporting)

CandidatesOverall voteTompkins County vote
Thomas DiNapoli (D, WFP)54.96% (3,105,060)74.26% (24,778)
Paul Rodriguez (R, Conservative)41.95% (2,370,459)25.69% (8,570)

New York State Attorney General (92% reporting) *This race has been called for AG Letitia James

CandidatesOverall voteTompkins County vote
Michael Henry (R, Conservative)44.83% (2,532,840)27.31% (9,122)
Letitia James (D, WFP)52.61% (2,972,580)72.63% (24,259)

U.S. Senator (92% reporting) *CNN has called this race for Sen. Chuck Schumer (D, WFP)

CandidatesOverall voteTompkins County vote
Joe Pinion (R, Conservative)42.58% (2,408,123)25.96% (8,696)
Chuck Schumer (D, WFP)55.01% (3,110,578)73.29% (24,554)
Diane Sare (LaRouche party)0.45% (25,390)0.66% (221)

U.S. House of Representatives, NY 19th Congressional District (100% reporting)

Marc Molinaro has declared victory around midnight and maintains a relatively substantial lead (in the context of a 6,100 vote lead with just a small portion of votes, largely mail-in ballots, left to count), but Josh Riley said afterward that he will not be conceding the election until the absentee ballots are counted.

CandidatesOverall voteTompkins County vote
Marc Molinaro (R, Conservative)50.25% (142,653)26.69% (8,942)
Josh Riley (D, WFP)48.07% (136,468)73.28% (24,553)

New York State Senate, 52nd District (100% reporting)

Democrat Lea Webb has declared victory in this race, though Rich David told WSKG’s Vaughn Golden that he will not yet concede the race as of 1 a.m. The margin, with all votes counted except mail-in ballots and absentee ballots that have not yet been received, is just 1,455 votes—less than the number of blank ballots in the race (1,720).

CandidatesOverall voteTompkins County vote
Rich David (R, Conservative)48.41% (50,168)28.41% (9,498)
Lea Webb (D, WFP)49.82% (51,623)71.54% (23,917)

New York State Assembly, 125th District

CandidatesOverall voteTompkins County vote
Anna Kelles (D, WFP)72.54% (30,808)99.46% (25,854)
Kelles was unopposed for this election, though it now appears a significant number of ballots were left blank outside of Tompkins County.

Mayor of Ithaca (100% reporting)

(Winner will hold office for one year to finish Svante Myrick’s term)

CandidateOverall vote
Laura Lewis (D)65.33% (3,816)
Katie Sims (Progressive)25.32% (1,479)
Zachary Winn (R)8.61% (503)
Write-in votes0.74% (43)

Tompkins County Clerk (100% reporting)

CandidateOverall vote
Maureen K. Reynolds (D, R)99.78% (30,836)
Reynolds is unopposed for this election.

Tompkins County Sheriff (100% reporting)

CandidateOverall vote
Derek Osborne (D, R)99.49% (30,316)
Osborne is unopposed for this election.

City of Ithaca Common Council, Ward 4 (100% reporting)

(Special election to fill Steve Smith’s vacated seat for one year)

CandidateOverall vote
Tiffany Chen Kumar (D, WFP)98.25% (224)
Kumar was unopposed for this election after winning the Democratic primary earlier this year.

Dryden Town Justice (100% reporting)

CandidateOverall vote
Jules Ravo (D)99.55% (3,918)
Ravo is unopposed for this election.

Groton Town Justice (100% reporting)

CandidateOverall vote
Randy N. Jackson (R)98.87% (1,486)
Jackson is unopposed for this election.

Lansing Highway Superintendent (100% reporting)

CandidateOverall vote
Michael Moseley (R)98.91% (2,904)
Mosely is unopposed for this election, which is a one year term to fill a vacancy.

Lansing Town Justice (100% reporting)

CandidateOverall vote
Maura A. Kennedy-Smith (D)99.25% (3,443)
Kennedy-Smith is unopposed for this election.

Ulysses Town Councilperson (100% reporting)

CandidateOverall vote
Elizabeth J. Weatherby (D)99.55% (2,001)
Weatherby is running unopposed for this election.

Proposal One: Clean Water, Clean Air, and Green Jobs Environmental Bond Act of 2022

AnswerOverall voteTompkins County vote
Yes60.28% (2,588,399)77.77% (24,873)
No27.69% (1,188,931)22.23% (7,108)

Proposal Two: Creating a City Manager position in Ithaca (100% reporting)

AnswerOverall Vote
Yes78.96% (4,380)
No21.04% (1,167)

Matt Butler

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