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New York State Board of Elections
1988 New York Presidential and Congressional Results
Key to Party Identification
President
Governor Michael Dukakis (D, Lib) Vice President George H. W. Bush (R, Cns) ex-U.S. Rep. Ronad E. "Ron" Paul (L), Lenora B. Fulani (NewA), William A. Marra (RtL), James Mac Warren (SW), Larry Holmes (WW), write-in
Senator
Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D, Lib) Robert R. McMillan (R, Cns) Adelle R. Nathanson (RtL), Charlene Mitchell (Pr), Lydia Bayoneta (WW), William P. McMillen (L), James E. Harris, Jr. (SW), other,
1st Congressional District
George J. Hochbruechner (D, Citizens Against Rising Electric Rates) Edward P. Romaine (R, Cns, RtL)
2nd Congressional District
Thomas J. Downey (D) Joseph Cardino, Jr. (R, Cns, RtL)
3rd Congressional District
Robert J. Mrazek (D) Robert Previdi (R, Cns) Robert J. Considine (RtL), Anthony Signorelli (Lib),
4th Congressional District
Francis T. Goban (D, Lib) Norman F. Lent (R, Cns) Margaret T. McGeary (RtL)
5th Congressional District
William G. Kelly (D) Raymond J. McGrath (R, Cns) James A. Matier (RtL)
6th Congressional District
Floyd H. Flake (D, Lib) No Republican Robert L. Brandofino (Cns)
7th Congressional District
Gary L. Ackerman (D, Lib) No Republican
8th Congressional District
James H. Scheuer (D, Lib)
9th Congressional District
Thomas J. Manton (D) No Republican
10th Congressional District
Charles E. Schumer (D, Lib) George S. Popielarski (R) Alice E. Gaffney (Cns)
11th Congressional District
Edolphus Towns (D, Lib) Riaz B. Hussain (R) Alfred J. Hamel (Cns), Lorraine Stevens (NewA),
12th Congressional District
Major R. Owens (D, Lib) Owen Augustin (R, Cns)
13th Congressional District
Stephen J. Solarz (D, Lib) Anthony M. Curci (R, Cns)
14th Congressional District, Guy Molinari resigned
Jerome X. O'Donovan (D, IV) Susan V. Molinari (R, Cns, RtL)
15th Congressional District
Peter G. Doukas (D) Bill Green (R, Ind) John B. Levitt (Lib)
16th Congressional District
Charles B. Rangel (D, R, Lib) Charles B. Rangel (D, R, Lib) Michael Liccione (Cns), Barbara R. Taylor (NewA),
17th Congressional District
Ted Weiss (D, Lib) Myrna C. Albert (R, Cns)
18th Congressional District
Robert Garcia (D, Lib) Fred Brown (R) Rafael Mendez (NewA), Daniel Verhoff (Cns),
19th Congressional District, Biaggi (D) defeated in Democratic primary
Eliot L. Engel (D, Lib) Mario Biaggi (R) Robert Blumetti (Cns), Michael Zagarell (Pr),
20th Congressional District
Nita M. Lowey (D) Joseph J. DioGuardi (R, Cns) Florence T. O'Grady (RtL), Henry M. Levin (Lib)
21st Congressional District
Lawrence W. Grunberger (D) Hamilton Fish Jr. (R, Cns) Richard S. Curtin (RtL)
22nd Congressional District
Eleanor F. Burlingham (D) Benjamin A. Gilman (R) Margaret M. Beirne (RtL)
23rd Congressional District, Sam Stratton (D) retiring
Michael R. McNulty (D) Peter M. Bakal (R, Cns)
24th Congressional District
Fred Baye (D) Gerald B. H. Solomon (R, Cns, RtL)
25th Congressional District
No Democrat Sherwood L. "Sherry" Boehlert (R)
26th Congressional District
Donald R. Ravenscroft (D) David O'B. Martin (R, Cns)
27th Congressional District, George Wortley (R) retiring
Rosemary S. Pooler (D) James T. Walsh (R, Cns) Stephen K. Hoff (RtL)
28th Congressional District
Matthew F. McHugh (D) No Republican Mary C. Dixon (RtL)
29th Congressional District
James R. Vogel (D) Frank Horton (R) Richard G. Baxter (Cns), Donald M. Peters (RtL),
30th Congressional District
Louise McIntosh Slaughter (D) John D. Bouchard (R) Thomas D. Cook (Cns), Micahel P. Flanagan (RtL),
31st Congressional District, Jack Kemp (D) retiring
David J. Swarts (D, Lib) L. William "Bill" Paxon (R, Cns, RtL)
32nd Congressional District
John J. LaFalce (D, Lib) Emil K. Everett (R, Cns, RtL)
33rd Congressional District
Henry J. Nowak (D, Lib) No Republican
34th Congressional District
No Democrat Amory R. Houghton, Jr. (R, Cns) Ian Kelly Woodward (Lib)

1. Key to Party Identification.
(Bronx) = Bronx Voter
(Cns) = Conservative Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(Ind) = Independent Party
(IV) = Independent Voter Party
(Lib) = Liberal Party
(NewA) = New Alliance Party
(Pr) = Independent Progressive Line Party
(R) = Republican Party
(RtL) = Right to Life Party
(SW) = Socialist Workers Party
(WW) = Workers World Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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