New York 20th congressional district election, 2006; Party Candidate Votes % ±% Democratic: Kirsten Gillibrand 116,416 Working Families: Kirsten Gillibrand 3,839 Total Kirsten Gillibrand: 125,168 53.10 Republican: John Sweeney 94,093 Conservative: John Sweeney 9,869 Independence: John Sweeney 6,592 Total John Sweeney (Incumbent) 110,554 46.90 Majority 14,614
New York's 20th congressional district, 2014; Party Candidate Votes % Democratic: Paul Tonko: 103,437 50.7 Working Families: Paul Tonko: 11,285 5.5 Independence: Paul Tonko: 10,389 5.1 Total: Paul Tonko (incumbent) 125,111: 61.3: Republican: James Fischer: 61,820 30.2 Conservative: James Fischer: 17,284 8.5 Total James Fischer 79,104 38.7 Total votes 204,215 : 100.0
(Redirected from 2008 New York's 20th congressional district election). The 2008 congressional elections in New York were held on November 4, 2008 to determine representation in the state of New York in the United States House of Representatives.
New York's 20th congressional district, 2016 ; Party Candidate Votes % Democratic: Paul Tonko: 188,428 60.0 Working Families: Paul Tonko: 10,935 3.5 Independence: Paul Tonko: 10,622 3.4 Women's Equality: Paul Tonko: 3,036 1.0 Total: Paul Tonko (incumbent) 213,021: 67.9: Republican: Joe Vitollo: 83,328 26.5 Conservative: Joe Vitollo: 15,902 5.1 Reform: Joe Vitollo: 1,508 0.5 Total
New York junior Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D) on a campaign stop with Congressional candidate Scott Murphy (D) at a diner in Brunswick, New York during the 2009 special election for the 20th congressional district of New York. New York Governor David Paterson replaced former Senator Hillary Clinton with Senator Gillibrand (the former Congresswoman from New York's 20th congressional district) upon her accession of the office of United States Secretary of State in the Obama administration.
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Kirsten Elizabeth Rutnik Gillibrand is an American politician and the junior United States Senator from New York since 2009. She is a member of the Democratic Party and former member of the United States House of Representatives from New York's 20th congressional district. In January 2019, Gillibrand announced her plans to run for President of the United States in the 2020 election. She made a formal announcement on March 17, 2019. She ended her campaign on August 28, 2019.
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