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Key races in Tuesday's election

The governor's race between Democratic incumbent Andrew Cuomo, GOP challenger Rob Astorino and Green Party candidate Howie Hawkins plus the bruising three-way race in the 60th State Senate District are key races to watch Tuesday. Here is a breakdown of those races to watch, along with News content profiling the candidates:

Governor:

Rob Astorino, Republican

Andrew Cuomo, Democrat, incumbent

Howie Hawkins, Green

Lieutentant governor (voted on as part of gubernatorial ticket):

Kathy Hochul, Democrat

Chris Moss, Republican

State Senate, 60th District:

Mark Grisanti, Independence, incumbent

Marc Panepinto, Democrat

Kevin Stocker, Republican

State Senate, 61st District:

Elaine Altman, Democrat

Michael Ranzenhofer, Republican, incumbent

State Senate, 62nd District (to replace retiring Republican George Maziarz):

Johnny Destino, Democrat

Robert Ortt, Republican

Assembly District 143 (to fill seat left empty by resignation of Democrat Dennis Gabryszak):

Mark Mazurek, Democrat

Angela Wozniak, Republican

Assembly District 146:

Steven Meyer, Democrat

Raymond Walter, Republican, incumbent

U.S. Congress, 23rd District:

Tom Reed, Republican, incumbent

Martha Robertson, Democrat

U.S. Congress, 26th District:

Brian Higgins, Democrat, incumbent

Kathy Weppner, Republican

U.S. Congress, 27th District:

Chris Collins, Republican, incumbent

Jim O'Donnell, Democrat

Erie County Clerk:

William Clark, Democrat

Chris Jacobs, Republican, incumbent

New York State proposition No. 1: Amendment revising state's redistricting procedure

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