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June 28th Primary

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Politician, lawyer, and certified public accountant; 2002 to 2009 County Executive of Nassau; June 2018 was elected to the House of Representatives for NY3. Frames himself as a “common sense Democrat” who opposes bail reform for one thing. Also opposed allowing added on apartments to single family dwellings to help

with housing shortage. Married. Three children.

Politician and lawyer; 57th Governor of NY, first female, first from upstate since 1930s. Served on Hamburg town board. Appointed as Erie County Clerk in 2007. Reelected in 2007 and 2010. In May 2011 won special election for NY26 to Congress. Served 2011-2013. Was defeated in 2012 when district lines were redrawn.

Worked as government relations executive for M&T bank. 2014 was chosen as Andrew Cuomo’s running mate and became Lieutenant Governor. Reelected in 2018. Became Governor hen Cuomo resigned.

Politician and activist. Served as NYC Public Advocate since 2019. Former member of the NYC Council from 45th district in Brooklyn. Self-described democratic socialist. Opponent of New York Police Department approach to stop and frisk in NYC. Ran for Lieutenant Governor in 2018 and lost to Kathy Hochul.

Lieutenant Governor

Columbian-American activist. Co-executive director of the Center for Popular Democracy Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Service at New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Grad School of Public Service. As a sexual abuse survivor, she confronted Sen. Jeff Flake inside an elevator during the Kavanaugh hearings. Jumaane

Williams’ running mate.

Deputy Borough President for Brooklyn and member of NYC Council from 34th district in Queens. Thomas Suozzi’s running mate.

Attorney and politician. US Rep to Congress for NY19 from 2018 until sworn in as Lieutenant Gov on May 25, 2022. Born in Schenectady near Albany. Earned Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford in England. Graduated from Harvard Law School. In Congress served on the agriculture, small business and

transportation and infrastructure committees.

Kathy Hochul’s running mate.


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