Because of your votes, in January we’ll have more New York representatives–on both the federal and state levels–who’ll work to enact laws and policies to prevent gun violence. 

This week, we witnessed yet another horrific mass shooting, this one in Thousand Oaks, California, where at least 12 people were killed. We mourn the victims, their families, and the survivors.

This latest shooting–like the recent mass shooting in Pittsburgh, and all the other shootings that cause 33,000 Americans to lose their lives each year–shows why it’s critical to have elected officials who’ll stand up to the gun lobby and take action to protect all Americans from gun violence.

NYAGV will be counting on these elected officials to keep their commitments during 2019.

Here’s how NYAGV’s endorsed candidates did on election day:

(W = won; L = lost; Source: New York Times)

Congressional Candidates

U.S. Senate Incumbent:

  • U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand  W

U.S. House Incumbents:

  • Thomas Suozzi, CD-3 W
  • Kathleen Rice, CD-4 W
  • Gregory Meeks, CD-5 W
  • Grace Meng, CD-6 W
  • Nydia Velazquez, CD-7 W
  • Hakeem Jeffries, CD-8 W
  • Yvette Clarke, CD-9 W
  • Jerrold Nadler, CD-10 W
  • Carolyn Maloney, CD-12 W
  • Adriano Espaillat, CD-13 W
  • Jose Serrano, CD-15 W
  • Elliot Engel, CD-16 W
  • Nita Lowey, CD-17 W
  • Sean Maloney, CD-18 W
  • Paul Tonko, CD-20 W
  • Brian Higgins, CD-26 W

U.S. House Challengers:

  • Perry Gershon, CD-1 L 
  • Max Rose, CD-11 W
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, CD-14 W
  • Antonio Delgado, CD-19 W
  • Dana Balter, CD-24 L 
  • Joseph Morelle, CD-25 W
  • Nate McMurray, CD-27 Lean L 

New York State Offices

Governor:  Andrew Cuomo W

Lieutenant Governor: Kathy Hochul W

Attorney General: Letitia James W

State Comptroller: Tom DiNapoli W

State Senate

D-2   Kathleen Cleary L  D-20  Zellnor Myrie W D-37  Shelley Mayer W
D-3   Monica Martinez W D-21  Kevin Parker W D-38  David Carlucci W
D-4   Lou D’Amaro L  D-22  Andrew Gounardes  Lean W D-39  James Skoufis W
D-5   James Gaughran W D-23  Diane Savino W  D-40  Peter Harckham  Lean W
D-6   Kevin Thomas  Lean W D-25  Velmanette Montgomery W  D-41  Karen Smythe  Lean L 
D-7   Anna Kaplan W D-26  Brian Kavanagh W  D-42  Jen Metzger W
D-8   John Brooks W D-27  Brad Hoylman W D-44  Neil Breslin W
D-9   Todd Kaminsky W D-28  Liz Krueger W D-46  Pat Strong L 
D-10  James Sanders W D-29  Jose Serrano W D-50  John Mannion  Lean L 
D-11  John Liu W D-30  Brian Benjamin W  D-51  Joyce St. George L 
D-12  Michael Gianaris W D-31  Robert Jackson W  D-53  Rachel May  W
D-13  Jessica Ramos W D-32  Luis Sepulveda W D-54  Kenan Baldridge L 
D-14  Leroy Comrie W D-33  Gustavo Rivera W D-55  Jen Lunsford L 
D-15  Joseph Addabbo W D-34  Alessandra Biaggi W D-56  Jeremy Cooney L 
D-16  Toby Ann Stavisky W D-35  Andrea Stewart-Cousins W  D-60 Carima El-Bahairy L 
D-18  Julia Salazar W D-36  Jamaal Bailey W D-63 Timothy Kennedy W
D-19  Roxanne Persaud W

State Assembly

Please note: Assembly seat endorsements were only considered upon request from that district’s candidate.

D-9    Christine Pellegrino L
D-13  Charles Lavine  W
D-14  Michael Reid L
D-15  Allen Foley L
D-16  Anthony D’Urso  W
D-18  Taylor Raynor  W
D-21  Judy Griffin  W
D-93  David Buchwald  W
D-146 Karen McMahon  W
D-149 Sean Ryan  W
D-141 Crystal Peoples-Stokes  W