WSKG’s Election Day watch list

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Tuesday’s midterm elections will determine whether Democrats retain control of the House of Representatives and U.S. Senate. Democrats are also defending control of the New York governor’s mansion and both houses of the state Legislature.

Historical trends and polling suggest Republicans may surge to victory in many pivotal races, but newly drawn legislative districts and a swell of enthusiasm to support Democrats following the overturn of Roe v. Wade may counteract those forces.


The races we’re following…

Kathy Hochul & Antonio Delgado (D, Working Families)
(Vaughn Golden/WSKG)
Lee Zeldin & Alison Esposito (R, C)
(Vaughn Golden/WSKG)
Chuck Schumer (D, Working Families)
(AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
Joe Pinion (R, C)
(Vaughn Golden/WSKG)
Diane Sare (LaRouche)
(Steve Mack/S.D. Mack Pictures)
Josh Riley (D, Working Families)
(Vaughn Golden/WSKG)
Marc Molinaro (R, C)
(Vaughn Golden/WSKG)
Max Della Pia (D, Working Families)
Nick Langworthy (R, C)
(Vaughn Golden/WSKG)
Lea Webb (D, Working Families)
(Vaughn Golden/WSKG)
Rich David (R, C)
(Alyssa Micha/WSKG News)
Donna Lupardo (D, Working Families)
(Vaughn Golden/WSKG)
Sophia Resciniti (R)
(Vaughn Golden/WSKG)
Laura Lewis (D)
(Megan Zerez/WSKG)
Laura Sims (Progressive)
Zach Winn (R)
Kathleen Newcomb (D)
(Vaughn Golden/WSKG)
Fred Akshar (R,C)
(Vaughn Golden/WSKG)
John Fetterman (D)
(AP Photo/Keith Srakocic, File)
Mehmet Oz (R)
(Stephanie Keith/Getty Images)
Josh Shapiro (D)
(Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)
Doug Mastriano
(Sam Dunklau/WITF)