NEW YORK
     Nov. 8, 2016 U.S. Senate

Gov.
Sen.3
Sen.1
2020



2019



2018
x

x
2017



2016



2015



2014
x

2013



2012



2011



2010


special
2009



2008



2007



2006



2005



2004



2003



2002



2001



2000



1999



1998



1997



1996



1995



1994



1993



1992



1991



1990



1989




+Chuck Schumer (D/Wor./Ind./WEP) i
5,221,945
70.64%
Wendy Long (R/C/Ref.)
2,009,355
27.18%
Robin Laverne Wilson (G)
113,413
1.53%
Alex Merced (L)
48,120
0.65%

7,392,833

Registered Voters 11,476,433  Total ballots 7,800,619 includes 400,847 blank, 3,467 votd and 3,472 scattering.
Dem. 5,665,105 (49.36%)   Rep. 2,648,842 (23.08%)   Ind'pce 454,006 (3.96%)   Cons'v. 151,971 (1.32%)   WF 44,366 (0.39%)   Grn. 28,913 (0.25%)   WEP 2,232   Ref. 891   Oth. 6,255   Blank 2,476,908 (21.58%)

Plurality 3,212,590 votes (43.46 percentage points).
 New York State Board of Elections




Notes:
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D), in line to become Senate Democratic Leader, easily won a fourth term, defeating attorney Wendy Long (R) as well as Robin Laverne Wilson (G) and Alex Merced (L).  Long also ran for U.S. Senate in 2012, against Kirsten Gillibrand (D), and the outcome then was similarly lopsided.  There was just one debate, on Oct. 30 at Union College featuring only the two major party candidates (>).  The FEC reported disbursements in 2015-16 of $20.2 million for the Schumer campaign, of which he transferred millions to the DSCC and state parties; the Long campaign tallied disbursements of $141,693 (>).
 

Campaign Managers:
Chuck Schumer: ?



Wendy Long:  Patrick Egan



See also:
Iowa State University-Archives of Women's Political Communication: Wendy Long.




[missing: Robin Laverne Wilson]








ADVERTISEMENT