Republicans Looking to Hold On To N.Y. Seats

Republicans across New York are campaigning hard

Republicans across New York are being forced to run hard on the eve of Election Day.

Republicans are trying to hold on to their 31-to-29 majority in the state Senate. A Siena poll this weekend showed two Republican state Senators from Long Island and Queens are in hard-fought races that could determine whether their party hangs on to its thin majority. A poll from Siena College this weekend found Senator Caesar Trunzo of Suffolk County trailing his Democratic challenger and Senator Serphin Maltese of Queens in a tight race.

Looking at Congressional races, the number of New York Republicans in the House of Representatives is could dip below six because of a series of tight races.

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