While the race for New York’s 46th Senate seat* may be the most closely-watched in the region, due to its potential to help shift control of the state’s upper house, voters in neighboring districts will also have a chance to select representatives that they feel will best serve their interests and priorities over the next two years.
In Assembly District 109, incumbent Pat Fahy has been challenged once again by Libertarian-leaning Republican candidate Jesse Calhoun.
In the 110th Assembly District, Steck’s challenger, Republican Tom Murphy, has no active campaign page, has distributed little to no literature and was not reachable for comment.
In the 44th Senate District, incumbent Neil Breslin is facing a challenge from Republican Christopher Davis.
To see where your candidates stand on a variety of policy issues, click through the following topics: Education, water quality, women’s rights, the heroin epidemic, gun safety, the Child Victim’s Act, ethics, and district priorities.
(*Click here for details on the race for SD-46, between Sen. George Amedore and challenger Sara Niccoli.)