The general election will take place on Tues., Nov. 6, from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Five candidates are seeking election to New York State Governor for a term of four years. Incumbent Andrew M. Cuomo will appear on the Democratic (DEM), Independence (IND), and Women’s Equality Party (WEP) party tickets. Marc Molinaro will represent the Republican (REP), Conservative (CON), and Reformed (REF) parties. Howie Hawkins is the Green party (GRE) candidate, while Stephanie A. Miner represents the Sapient Serve American Movement (SAM) and Larry Sharpe will appear on the Libertarian (LIB) ticket.
Six candidates are seeking election to New York State Lieutenant Governor for a term of four years. The candidates include: Kathy C. Hochul (DEM, IND, WEP), Julie Killian (REP, CON, REF), Jia Lee (GRE), Jumaane Williams (WOR), Michael J. Volpe (SAM), and Andrew C. Hollister (LIB).
The race for New York State Comptroller includes four candidates seeking a four-year term: Thomas P. DiNapoli (DEM, IND, WOR, WEP, REF), Jonathan Trichter (REP, CON), Mark Dunlea (GRE), and Cruger E. Gallaudet (LIB).
Five candidates are also seeking a four-year term as NYS Attorney General. The candidates include: Letitia A. James (DEM, WOR, IND), Keith Wofford (REP, CON), Michael Sussman (GRE), Nancy Sliwa (REF), and Christopher B. Garvey (LIB).
Two Running for U.S. Senator
Two candidates are running for U.S. Senator. They are: Kristen E. Gillibrand (DEM, WOR, IND, WEP) and Chele Chiavacci Farley (REP, CON, REF).
Ten Seeking Supreme Court Justice
Ten candidates are seeking to be elected as NYS District 9 Supreme Court Justice. The candidates include: Hal B. Greenwald (DEM), Kathie E. Davidson (DEM, REP, CON, IND), William J. Giacomo (DEM, IND), David F. Everett (DEM), Barry E. Warhit (DEM), Joan B. Lefkowitz (DEM, IND), Thomas P. Zugibe (DEM, CON, IND), Robert H. Freehill (REP, CON, IND, REF), James F. Reitz (REP, CON), and Phillip A. Grimaldi, Jr. (REP, CON).
Two Running for 18th Congressional District
Incumbent Sean Patrick Maloney (DEM, WOR, IND, WEP) seeks to win a two-year term against James O’Donnell (REP, CON, REF) to represent the 18th Congressional District.
Two running for 42nd Senate District
With NYS Senator John J. Bonacic not seeking re-election, his seat in the 42nd Senate District is up for grabs. Running for the open seat are Jen Metzger (DEM, WOR, WEP) and Ann G. Rabbitt (REP, CON, IND, REF).
Two Running for 98th Assembly District
In the race for the 98th Assembly District, Scott Martens (DEM, WOR, WEP) is challenging incumbent Karl A. Brabanec (REP, CON, IND, REF) for this seat.
Surrogate Court Judge & Sheriff
Robert A. Onofry (REP, CON, IND, REF) is running unopposed for Surrogate Court Judge.
Also running unopposed is incumbent Carl E. DuBois (REP, CON, IND, REF) for Orange County Sheriff.
Warwick Election Districts
Voting for the general election will take place at the following locations:
Those voting in Districts 1, 4 and 24 can cast their ballot at the Pulaski Fire House, located at 675 County Rte. 1 in Pine Island. District 2, 15, and 28 voters will vote at the St. Ignatius Antiochan Orthodox Church Hall, located at 75 N. Main St. in Florida. Voting for Districts 3 and 12 will be at the Florida Senior Citizen Center, located a 1 Cohen Cir. in Florida.
District 5 voters will vote at the Albert Wisner Library at 1 McFarland Dr. Voters for Districts 6, 9 and 29 will vote at the former Kings Elementary School, located at 199 Kings Hwy. in Warwick NY.
Voting Districts 7, 21 and 31 can vote at the Warwick Senior Center, located at 132 Kings Hwy. in Warwick. Those residing in Districts 8, 16 and 26 can vote at the Warwick Town Hall, located at 132 Kings Hwy. in Warwick.
Voters in Districts 10, 11, 14, 18, 19, and 25 will vote at the Arthur Finnegan American Legion Post 1443, located at 40 Mountain Lakes Ln. in Greenwood Lake. District 13 and 22 voters will vote at the Excelsior Hose Co., located at 25 Church St. in Warwick. Districts 17 and 30 will vote at Sanfordville Elementary School, located at 144 Sanfordville Rd. in Warwick. Districts 20, 23 and 27 vote at the Warwick Middle School, located at 225 West St. in Warwick NY.