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New York State Board of Elections
1990 New York Congressional and Statewide Results
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Governor
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Democratic,
Mario Cuomo (D) 53% Pierre Rinfret (R) 22% Herbert London (Cns) 21%, Louis Wein (RtL) 4%, Lenora Fulani (NewA) 1%,
1st Congressional District
George J. Hochbruechner (D 54.6%, Tax 1.7%) 56.3% Francis W. Creighton (R) 34.7% Clayton Baldwin, Jr. (Cns) 5.2%, Peter J. O'Hara (RtL) 3.8%,
2nd Congressional District
Thomas J. Downey (D) 55.8% John W. Bugler (R 31.3%, RtL 5.0%) 36.2% Dominic A. Curcio (Cns) 8.0%
3rd Congressional District
Robert J. Mrazek (D 51.2%, Lib 2.1%) 53.3% Robert Previdi (R 33.3%, Cns 9.8%) 43.1% Francis A. Dreger (RtL) 3.6%
4th Congressional District
Francis T. Goban (D) 31.9% Norman F. Lent (R 49.2%, Cns 11.9%) 61.2% Ben-Zion J. Heyman (Lib) 1.8%, John J. Dunkle (RtL) 5.2%,
5th Congressional District
Mark S. Epstein (D 39.2%, Lib 1.7%) 40.9% Raymond J. McGrath (R 45.2%, Cns 9.4%) 54.6% Edward K. Kitt (RtL) 4.5%
6th Congressional District
Floyd H. Flake (D 70.1%, Lib 3.0%,) 73.1% William Sampol (R) 21.8% John Cronin (RtL) 5.1%
7th Congressional District
Gary L. Ackerman (D 94.3%, Lib 5.7%) 100% No Republican
8th Congressional District
James H. Scheuer (D 68.6%, Lib 3.6%) 72.3%, Gustave Reifenkugel (R 18.4%, Cns 9.3%) 27.7%
9th Congressional District
Thomas J. Manton (D) 64.4% Ann Pfoser Darby (R) 24.4% Thomas V. Ognibene (Cns) 11.2%
10th Congressional District
Charles E. Schumer (D 76.8%, Lib 3.7%) 80.4%, Patrick J. Kinsella (R 12.0%, Cns 7.5) 19.6%
11th Congressional District
Edolphus Towns (D 88.9%, Lib 4.0%) 92.9% No Republican Ernest Johnson (Cns) 4.3%, Lorraine Stevens (NewA) 2.8%
12th Congressional District
Major R. Owens (D 91.5%, Lib 3.4%) 94.9% No Republican Joseph Caesar (Cns) 2.7%, Mamie Moore (NewA) 2.4%,
13th Congressional District
Stephen J. Solarz (D 77.0%, Lib 3.4%) 80.4% Edwin Ramos (R 13.5%, Cns 6.1%) 19.6%
14th Congressional District
Anthony J. Pocchia (D 33.5%, Lib 1.9%) 35.5% Susan Molinari (R 45.4%, Cns 14.7%) 60.1% Christine Sacchi (RtL) 4.5%
15th Congressional District
Frances L. Reiter (D 33.9%, Lib 3.3%) 37.2%, Bill Green (R 53.9%, Bronx 4.9%) 58.8% Michael T. Berns (Cns) 4.0%,
16th Congressional District
Charles B. Rangel (D 87.7%, R 6.0%, Lib 3.5%) 97.2% Charles B. Rangel (D 87.7%, R 6.0%, Lib 3.5%) 97.2% Alvaader Frazier (NewA) 2.8%
17th Congressional District
Ted Weiss (D 74.6%, Lib 5.8%) 80.4% William W. Koeppel (R) 15.5% Mark Goret (Cns) 3.0%, John Patterson (NewA) 1.1%,
18th Congressional District
José E. Serrano (D 89.8%, Lib 3.4%) 93.2% Joseph Chiavaro (R) 2.9% Anna Johnson (Cns) 1.8%, Mary Rivera (NewA) 2.1%,
19th Congressional District
Eliot L. Engel (D 58.8%, Lib 2.4%) 61.2% William J. Gouldman (R) 22.9% Kevin Brawley (Cns 11.3%, RtL 4.6%) 15.9%
20th Congressional District
D.C.'s Political Report's Prediction: Democratic,
Nita M. Lowey (D) 62.8% Glenn D. Bellitto (R) 27.2% John M. Schafer (Cns 6.6%, RtL 3.4%) 10.0%
21st Congressional District
Richard L. Barbuto (D) 24.4% Hamilton Fish Jr. (R 57.1%, Cns 14.2%) 71.4% Richard S. Curtin (RtL) 4.2%
22nd Congressional District
John G. Dow (D) 26.6% Benjamin A. Gilman (R) 68.6% Margaret M. Beirne (RtL) 4.8%
23rd Congressional District
Michael R. McNulty (D 56.0%, Cns 8.1%) 64.1% Margaret B. Buhrmaster (R) 35.9%
24th Congressional District
Bob Lawrence (D) 31.9% Sherwood L. "Sherry" Boehlert (R 52.0%, Cns 12.4%, RtL 3.8%) 68.1%
25th Congressional District
No Democrat Gerald B. H. Solomon (R) 83.9% William L. Griffen (Lib) 16.1%
26th Congressional District
No Democrat David O'B. Martin (R 85.1%, Cns 14.9%) 100%
27th Congressional District
Peggy L. Murray (D 33.2%, Lib 1.6%) 34.8% James T. Walsh (R 55.3%, Cns 7.8%,) 63.2% Stephen K. Hoff (RtL) 2.0%,
28th Congressional District
Matthew F. McHugh (D) 64.8% Seymour Krieger (R) 35.2%
29th Congressional District
Alton F. Eber (D) 24.6% Frank Horton (R) 63.0% Peter DeMauro (Cns) 8.9%, Donald M. Peters (RtL) 3.4%,
30th Congressional District
Louise McIntosh Slaughter (D) 59.0% John M. Regan, Jr. (R 29.7%, Cns 8.1%, RtL 3.2%) 41.0%
31st Congressional District
Kevin P. Gaughan (D 41.0%, Lib 2.4%) 43.4% Bill Paxon (R 44.4%, Cns 7.5%, RtL 4.6%) 56.6%
32nd Congressional District
John J. LaFalce (D 52.8%, Lib 2.2%) 55.0% Michael T. Waring (R) 31.4% Kenneth J. Kowalski (Cns 9.5%, RtL 4.1%) 13.6%
33rd Congressional District
Henry J. Nowak (D 74.5%, Lib 3.0%) 77.5% Thomas K. Kepfer (R) 16.6% Louis P. Corrigan, Jr. (Cns) 5.9%
34th Congressional District
Joseph P. Leahey (D) 29.0% Amory R. Houghton, Jr. (R 59.7%, Cns 9.8%) 69.6% Nevin K. Eklund (Lib) 1.4%

1. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races. Blue boxes indicates winner. Red print indicates change in party control.

2. Key to Party Identification.
(Bronx) = Bronx Voter
(Cns) = Conservative Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(Lib) = Liberal Party
(NewA) = New Alliance Party
(R) = Republican Party
(RtL) = Right to Life Party
(Tax) = Tax Break Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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