NewsElections New York election results: How NYC voted in state races Gov. Andrew Cuomo swept all five boroughs, according to unofficial Board of Elections results. Voters wait in line to cast their ballots at the Park Slope Library on Sixth Avenue on Tuesday. Photo Credit: Linda Rosier By Nicole Brown email@example.com @ncb417 Updated November 7, 2018 12:42 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Democratic candidates in New York were victorious in the races for the top state offices on Tuesday. Gov. Andrew Cuomo won his bid for a third term, Letitia James defeated Keith Wofford to become attorney general and Thomas DiNapoli was re-elected comptroller. Here’s a closer look at how the five boroughs voted in each race, according to the Board of Elections’ unofficial results: Governor Bronx Cuomo (D): 89.6% Molinaro (R): 7.9% Hawkins (G): 0.9% Brooklyn Cuomo: 81.3% Molinaro: 13.3% Hawkins: 2.7% Manhattan Cuomo: 85.4% Molinaro: 9.8% Hawkins: 2.3% Queens Cuomo: 77.6% Molinaro: 18.1% Hawkins: 1.7% Staten Island Cuomo: 49% Molinaro: 48% Hawkins: 0.9% Attorney General Bronx James (D): 88.4% Wofford (R): 7.8% Sussman (G): 0.6% Brooklyn James: 83% Wofford: 12.9% Sussman: 1.2% Manhattan James: 85.4% Wofford: 10.6% Sussman: 1.4% Queens James: 76.9% Wofford: 17.8% Sussman: 1.1% Staten Island Wofford: 47.9% James: 47.7% Sussman: 0.8% Comptroller Bronx DiNapoli (D): 87.3% Trichter (R): 7.5% Dunlea (G): 0.8% Brooklyn DiNapoli: 81.6% Trichter: 13.1% Dunlea: 1.9% Manhattan DiNapoli: 84.5% Trichter: 10.4% Dunlea: 1.7% Queens DiNapoli: 77.8% Trichter: 17.5% Dunlea: 1.3% Staten Island DiNapoli: 50.2% Trichter: 45.8% Dunlea: 0.7% Democrats swept the Senate races this year, with at least six new senators elected to represent parts of the city. In District 22, Democrat Andrew Gounardes is leading the vote tally over Republican Martin Golden, who has not conceded the race. Here's how New Yorkers voted in contested Senate races, according to the Board of Elections’ unofficial results: Senate District 11 (Queens) John Liu (D): 51.7% Vickie Paladino (R): 23.5% Simon H. Minching (C): 1.4% Tony Avella (I): 19% Senate District 13 (Queens) Jessica Ramos (D): 80.2% Jose R. Peralta (I): 9.1% Senate District 15 (Queens) Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. (D): 61.6% Thomas P. Sullivan (C): 33.9% Senate District 16 (Queens) Toby Ann Stavisky (D): 79.3% Vincent J. Pazienza (Reform): 3.78% Senate District 17 (Brooklyn) Simcha Felder (D, R): 81.8% Jumaane Williams (W): 12.8% Luis Rivera (Reform): 1.4% Senate District 19 (Brooklyn) Roxanne J. Persaud (D): 86.9% Jeffrey J. Ferretti (R): 9.93% Senate District 20 (Brooklyn) Zellnor Myrie (D): 88.1% Jesse Hamilton (I): 6.92% Senate District 21 (Brooklyn) Kevin S. Parker (D): 93.47% Brian W. Kelley (C): 2.89% Senate District 22 (Brooklyn) Andrew Gounardes (D): 49.79% Martin Golden (R): 47.99% Senate District 23 (Brooklyn, Staten Island) Diane Savino (D): 66.45% David Krainert (R): 26.89% Jasmine L. Robinson (W): 3.18% Senate District 26 (Brooklyn, Manhattan) Brian Kavanagh (D): 84.12% Anthony Arias (R): 10.69% Stuart J. Avrick (C): 0.96% Senate District 28 (Manhattan) Liz Krueger (D): 80.13% Peter Holmberg (R): 17.96% Senate District 29 (Manhattan, Bronx) Jose M. Serrano (D): 88.83% Jose A. Colon (R): 6.56% Senate District 31 (Manhattan) Robert Jackson (D): 85.98% Melinda Crump (R): 5.98% Marisol Alcantara (I): 4.75% Senate District 32 (Bronx) Luis Sepulveda (D): 91% Patrick Delices (R): 3.25% Migdalia Denis (C): 0.62% Pamela Stewart-Martinez (Reform): 0.83% Senate District 33 (Bronx) J. Gustavo Rivera (D): 91.31% Nicole J. Torres (R): 4.06% Steven M. Stern (C): 0.59% Senate District 34 (Bronx, Westchester) Alessandra Biaggi (D): 73.59% Richard A. Ribustello (R): 14.76% Antonio Vitiello (C): 1.75% Jeff Klein (I): 7.15% Senate District 36 (Bronx, Westchester) Jamaal T. Bailey (D): 92.21% Robert L. Diamond (C): 2.07% By Nicole Brown firstname.lastname@example.org @ncb417 Nicole Brown is the Internet News Manager at amNY.com, covering local news since 2016. She has written for MSNBC.com and was editor-in-chief of NYU’s Washington Square News. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Letitia James becomes NY's 1st black attorney generalJames' victory opens the door for a special election for NYC public advocate. Cuomo wins third term as New York's governorCuomo's win means another term for Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul as well. Meet the 7 new state senators from NYCJulia Salazar, Jessica Ramos and John Liu will be among the new faces in Albany. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.