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Live Results: New York State 2022 Primary Election - August 23, 2022

New York's second primary of 2022 is Tuesday, August 23. The state's primaries were split due to court action surrounding the state's redistricting effort. We'll be following a number of races when the polls close.

In central New York's redrawn 22nd Congressional District, four Democrats and two Republicans are running to represent Onondaga, Madison and Oneida counties, and a small part of Oswego County in Congress.

In the North Country's 21st District, Democrats Matt Castelli and Matt Putorti face off to see who will face Rep. Elise Stefanik in November. (Castelli has already secured a third party ballot line for the November election.)

In the newly redrawn 24th Congressional District, which stretches from Jefferson County, around Lake Ontario to Niagara County, Rep. Claudia Tenney is being challenged by Republicans Mario Fratto and George Phillips.

There is a special election in the 19th Congressional District between Democrat Pat Ryan and Republican Marc Molinaro. The winner will hold the 19th District seat for the rest of the year. Molinaro is already on the ballot for the newly redrawn 19th District. Democrats Josh Riley and Jamie Cheney are running in today's primary for the 19th District seat.

A similar situation is playing out in the 23rd District. There is a special election there to see who will fill the rest of former Republican Rep. Tom Reed's term. Democrat Max Della Pia and Republican Joe Sempolinski and running in that race. There is also a GOP primary in the race for the newly redrawn 23rd district, between Republican Carl Paladino and State GOP Chair Nick Langworthy.

Follow the results live below (click the tabs to see more information about each race)

Congressional Primaries

State Senate Primaries

48th District

Julie Abbott (CON) - 47.25% | 258

Justin Coretti (CON) - 50.37% | 275

52nd District

Leslie Danks Burke (DEM) - 37.27% | 6,953

Lea Webb (DEM) - 58.83% | 10,976