Election Night Results (Dutchess)

Election Guide

Tallies do not include absentee ballots

Voters had their say on Tuesday (Nov. 3), although thousands of absentee ballots that will be counted next week could tip a few close races.

There were 27,873 absentee ballots returned to the Dutchess County Board of Elections as of Nov. 2, but they can arrive through Nov. 10. More than 33,432 people voted at early voting sites and are included in the totals below. The total vote topped 140,000, or about 8,000 more than were cast in the 2016 presidential election.

There are 194,810 registered voters in Dutchess County and 9,448 in Beacon.

The results below are with 220 of 220 election districts in Dutchess reporting their early and Election Day tallies but do not include absentee ballots, including 14,514 cast by Democrats, 5,130 by Republicans and 6,502 by independents (no party).

FEDERAL

President / Vice President

Joseph Biden/Kamala Harris (DEM/WF)
Dutchess: 56,395 (48%)
Donald Trump/Michael Pence (REP/CON)
Dutchess: 52,214 (44%)
Howie Hawkins /Angela Walker (GRE)
Dutchess: 399 (0.34%)
Jo Jorgensen/Jeremy Cohen (LIB)
Dutchess: 1,003 (0.85%)
Brock Pierce/Karla Ballard (IND)
Dutchess: 417 (0.35%)

U.S. House (District 18)
475,116 registered voters
590 of 618 districts reporting

Chele Farley (REP/CON)
Dutchess: 28,917 (46%)
District: 126,856 (45%)
Sean Patrick Maloney (DEM/WF/IND)
Dutchess: 33,154 (53%)
District: 132,677 (47%)
Scott Smith (LIB/SAM)
Dutchess: 480 (0.77%)
District: 2,420 (0.86%)

In a statement issued at 1:45 a.m., Maloney said: “The Hudson Valley has once again spoken: We have won this race and been granted the opportunity to keep serving New York for the next two years. I thank the people of New York’s 18th Congressional District for their continued trust. It is the honor of my life to represent Hudson Valley families in Congress. While it will take time to count the absentee ballots, it is clear that once they are counted our margin of victory will only increase. I also thank my opponents, Chele Farley and Scott Smith. It takes courage and commitment to run for a congressional seat, especially in these unprecedented times.”

STATE

Senate District 41
205,172 registered voters
236 of 238 districts reporting

Sue Serino (REP/CON/IND/ROS)
Dutchess: 61,013 (58%)
District: 68,907 (56%)
Karen Smythe (DEM/WF/SAM)
Dutchess: 44,342 (42%)
District: 49,477 (41%)

State Supreme Court, 9th District (Vote for 4)
1,334,836 registered voters
1,702 of 1,858 districts reporting

The 9th District (of 13) covers Dutchess, Putnam, Orange, Rockland and Westchester counties. Judges serve a 14-year term.

Richard Guertin (REP/CON) — Middletown judge
Dutchess: 55,393 (14%)
District: 313,007 (10%)
David Hasin (REP) – Woodbury town justice
Dutchess: 45,521 (12%)
District: 265,099 (8.7%)
Alexandra Murphy (DEM/CON) — former assistant Manhattan D.A.
Dutchess: 55,758 (14%)
District: 398,812 (13%)
Robert Ondrovic (DEM/CON) — trial attorney, White Plains
Dutchess: 49,495 (13%)
District: 352,605 (12%)
Mark Starkman (REP) – private practice, New Windsor
Dutchess: 45,626 (12%)
District: 260,283 (8.5%)
Sam Walker (DEM/REP/CON) — Mount Vernon judge
Dutchess: 95,070 (24%)
District: 617,903 (20%)
E. Loren Williams (DEM) — Newburgh judge
Dutchess: 46,946 (12%)
District: 340,269 (11%)

Assembly District 104
72,454 registered voters
90 of 90 districts reporting

Andrew Gauzza IV (REP/CON)
Dutchess: 3,451 (27%)
District: 14,956 (37%)
Jonathan Jacobson (DEM/WF)
Dutchess: 8,285 (64%)
District: 22,079 (55%)

Dutchess County Court Judge
Peter Forman (REP/CON/LIB/IND)
Dutchess: 59,691 (54%)
Jessica Segal (DEM/WF/GRE/SAM)
Dutchess: 51,392 (46%)


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