New York U.S. House election, 2006

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There are several competitive districts where Democrats can pick up a seat; however, New York's congressional and legislative districts are heavily gerrymandered.

  • New York's Primary election day was September 12, 2006.

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NY-01

  • Timothy Bishop (D-Southampton) incumbent. (hw) (cw)
  • Italo Zanzi (R)
  • General election results:
         Timothy Bishop (D)  96,921   61%
         Italo A. Zanzi (R)  61,271   39%
        

NY-02

  • Steve Israel (D-Dix Hills) incumbent. (hw) (cw)
  • John Bugler (R)
  • General election results:
         Steve J. Israel (D)  99,847 	70%
         John W. Bugler  (R)  42,617 	30%


NY-03

         Peter T. King   (R)  	97,279 	  56%
         David L. Mejias (D) 	76,943 	  44%
  • Outlook: Although King is a solid incumbent, this election will be the first time that he has ever truly been challenged for this seat. Mejias is an extremely effective campaigner, as seen by his two unexpected victories for county legislature.


NY-04

  • Carolyn McCarthy (D-Garden City) incumbent. (hw) (cw)
  • Marty Blessinger (R)
  • General election results:
         Carolyn McCarthy     (D)  98,011   65%
         Martin W. Blessinger (R)  53,277   35%


NY-05


NY-06


NY-07

  • Joseph Crowley (D-Bronx) incumbent. (hw) (cw)
  • Kevin Brawley (R/C)
  • General election results:
         Joseph Crowley (D)  58,713   84%
         Kevin Brawley  (R)  11,533   16%


NY-08

  • Jerrold Nadler (D-Manhattan) incumbent. (hw) (cw)
  • Eleanor Friedman (R)
  • Dennis Adornato (C)
  • General election results:
         Jerrold L. Nadler   (D)    97,186   83%
         Eleanor Friedman    (R)    17,173   15%
         Dennis E. Adornato (Con.)   2,131    2%


NY-09


NY-10

  • Edolphus Towns (D-Brooklyn) incumbent. (hw)
  • Johnathon Anderson (R)
  • Ernest Johnson (C)
  • Eric Spruiell (WF)
  • General election results:
         Edolphus Towns       (D)  67,964   92%
         Jonathan H. Anderson (R)   4,469    6%
         Ernest Johnson    (Con.)   1,506    2%


NY-11

  • Major Owens (D-Brooklyn) incumbent retiring in 2006. (hw)
  • Yvette Clarke (D) - NYC Councilwoman. (cw)
  • Steve Finger (R/L)
  • Mariana Blume (C)
  • Ollie McClean (Freedom)
  • Nancy Boyasko (SWP/Write-In)
  • General election results:
         Yvette D. Clarke (D)  83,128 	89%
         Stephen Finger   (R) 	7,277 	 8%
         Other 	                2,591 	 3%


NY-12

  • Nydia Velazquez (D-Brooklyn/Queens/Manhattan) incumbent. (hw)
  • Allan Romaguera (R)
  • General election results:
Nydia M. Velazquez (D)  55,558 	 89%
Allan Romaguera    (R) 	 6,582 	 11%


NY-13

         Vito Fossella       (R)   55,981   57%
         Stephen A. Harrison (D)   42,739   43%


NY-14

  • Carolyn Maloney (D-Manhattan/Queens) incumbent. (hw) (cw)
  • Daniel Maio (R)
  • General election results:
         Carolyn B. Maloney (D)  105,342  84%
         Danniel Maio       (R)   19,724  16%


NY-15

  • Charles Rangel (D-Manhattan) incumbent. (hw) (cw)
  • Edward Daniels (R)
  • General election results:
         Charles B. Rangel (D)  96,042 	94%
         Edward Daniels    (R) 	 6,326 	 6%


NY-16

  • Jose Serrano (D-Bronx) incumbent. (hw)
  • Ali Mohamed (R)
  • General election results:
         Jose E. Serrano (D)  51,095 	96%
         Ali Mohamed     (R)   2,383 	 4%


NY-17

  • Eliot Engel (D-Bronx/Westchester/Rockland) incumbent. (hw)
  • Jim Faulkner (R)
  • General election results:
         Eliot L. Engel (D)  86,583   76%
         Jim Faulkner   (R)  27,573   24%


NY-18

  • Nita Lowey (D-Yonkers) incumbent. (hw) (cw)
  • Richard Hoffman (R)
  • David Prunier (I)
  • General election results:
         Nita Lowey         (D)  113,282   70%
         Richard A. Hoffman (R)   47,898   30%


NY-19

  • Sue Kelly (R-Katonah) incumbent. (hw) (cw)
  • John Hall (D) (cw)
  • Outlook: Kelly was the head of the Page Board from 1999-2001, and she has ducked questions about what she knew about disgraced former Rep. Mark Foley.
  • General election results:
         John Hall    (D)  94,524   51%
         Sue W. Kelly (R)  90,269   49%


NY-20

         Kirsten E. Gillibrand  (D)  117,799 	53%
         John E. Sweeney *      (R)  104,157 	47%


NY-21

  • Michael McNulty (D-Albany) incumbent. (hw)
  • Warren Redlich (R)
  • General election results:
         Michael R. McNulty (D)  158,175   78%
         Warren Redlich     (R)   45,045   22%


NY-22


NY-23

  • John McHugh (R-Watertown) incumbent. (hw)
  • Bob Johnson (D) - Surgeon and 2004 candidate. (cw)
  • General election results:
         John M. McHugh *  (R)  99,931   63%
         Robert J. Johnson (D) 	58,300 	 37%


NY-24

         Michael A. Arcuri  (D)  103,062   54%
         Raymond A. Meier   (R)   86,593   45%
         Michael J. Sylvia (Lib.)  2,023    1%


NY-25

         James T. Walsh (R)   105,235 	51%
         Dan Maffei     (D)   101,322 	49%
  • Outlook: Maffei raised $30,000 more than Walsh in Q1. Howland withdrew and endorsed Maffei.
  • Daily Kos => NY-25


NY-26

         Thomas M. Reynolds (R)  102,846   52%
         John R. Davis      (D)   95,449   48%
  • Outlook: Reynolds helped to coverup the activities of disgraced Congressman Mark Foley. Cook Report changed the rating of this race from "Solid Republican" to "Toss-Up" on October 6, 2006.
  • Daily Kos => NY-26

NY-27

  • Brian M. Higgins (D-Buffalo) incumbent. (hw) (cw)
  • Michael McHale (R)
  • General election results:
         Brian M. Higgins  (D)   127,808  79%
         Michael J. McHale (R) 	 33,525  21%

NY-28

  • Louise Slaughter (D-Fairport) incumbent. (hw) (cw)
  • John Donnelly (R)
  • General election results:
         Louise M. Slaughter (D)  105,259   73%
         John E. Donnelly    (R)   39,518   27%


NY-29

         John Randy Kuhl (R)  99,926   52%
         Eric J. Massa   (D)  93,974   48%
  • Outlook: Kuhl is a freshman, who got 51% in 2004. What's more, Kuhl's ex-wife alledged that he threatened to shoot her. In Q1, Massa raised more money than Kuhl.
  • Daily Kos => NY-29

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