Voters across New York filed into polling places Tuesday to cast their ballots in several statewide races, including the governor’s race.
Tuesday's primary election will select Democrat and Republican nominees for New York governor to faceoff at the polls in November. The Democrats' candidate for lieutenant governor will also be chosen. Polls closed at 9 p.m. ET.
Primary races for the state Assembly and judicial delegates are also on the ballot.
Races for open U.S. House seats and the state Senate, which were postponed due to a redistricting map lawsuit, will take place on Aug. 23.
Democrat candidates in the governor’s race included incumbent Kathy Hochul, Jumaane Williams, and Thomas Suozzi. NBC News and the AP projected that Hochul would win her party's nomination.
Republican gubernatorial candidates include Andrew Giuliani, Harry Wilson, Lee Zeldin, and Rob Astorino.
Candidates for the Democratic nomination for lieutenant governor on the ballot are incumbent Antonio Delgado, Ana Maria Archila and Diana Reyna.
With nearly 13 million New Yorkers registered to vote, according to the state's most recent election enrollment data, see who won and who lost each race in New York’s primary election.
Who won New York's Democrat primary in the governor's race?
✔ Kathy Hochul
Who won New York's Republican primary in the governor's race?
✔ Lee Zeldin
Who won New York's Democrat primary in the lieutenant governor's race?
✔ Antonio Delgado
Ana Maria Archila
This is a developing story and will be updated as races are called. Click here for more live election results.
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