NEW YORK 33 Electoral Votes
Population 
(Source: U.S. Census Bureau, New York State Board of Elections)
Total Population, April 1, 2000 18,976,457
Voting Age Population, Nov. 2000 13,805,000 % change from '96  +1.5
Total Enrollment, Nov. 1, 2000  11,262,816
Dem. 5,243,617   Rep. 3,171,044   Ind. 197,246   Cons. 173,905   Lib. 95,207   RtL 53,107  Grn. 12,121  WF 7,855   Others 2,308,714
New York has: 58 counties (this counts New York City as one county). 
Largest counties: Kings, Queens, New York, Suffolk, Nassau, Bronx.
Largest cities: New York (7.4 million), Buffalo, Yonkers, Syracuse, Albany.

Government
Governor: George E. Pataki (R) re-elected in 1998.
State Legislature: NY State Assembly  98D, 51R, 1v   NY State Senate  25D, 36R
Local: Cities, Counties   NACO Counties
U.S. House: 18D, 13R - 1. M.Forbes (R) | 2. R.Lazio (R) | 3. P.King (R) | 4. C.McCarthy (D) | 5. G.Ackerman (D) | 6. G.Meeks (D) | 7. J.Crowley (D) | 8. J.Nadler (D) | 9. A.Weiner (D) | 10. E.Towns (D) | 11. M.Owens (D) | 12. N.Velázquez (D) | 13. V.Fossella (R) | 14. C.Maloney (D) | 15. C.Rangel (D) | 16. J.Serrano (D) | 17. E.Engel (D) | 18. N.Lowey (D) | 19. S.Kelly (R) | 20. B.Gilman (R) | 21. M.McNulty (D) | 22. J.Sweeney (R) | 23. S.Boehlert (R) | 24. J.McHugh (R) | 25. J.Walsh (R) | 26. M.Hinchey (D) | 27. T.Reynolds (R) | 28. L.Slaughter (D) | 29. J.LaFalce (D) | 30. J.Quinn (R) | 31. A.Houghton (R).
U.S. Senate: Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D) not seeking reelection in 2000, Charles E. Schumer (D) elected in 1998. 
Changes as of the November 2000 Elections
State Legislature: All 150 Assembly seats and 61 Senate seats were up.  Assembly: 99D, 51R  Senate 25D, 36R.
U.S. House: Democrats picked up the open 2nd district seat: 19D, 12R.  1. F.Grucci (R), 2. S.Israel (D)
U.S. Senate: Hillary Rodham Clinton (D) elected, defeating Rep. Rick Lazio (R) by 53.8% to 41.9%.

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General Election -- Tuesday, November 7, 2000
Past Results
1996
Clinton (D/L)...........3,756,177 (59.47)
Dole (R/C/F)...........1,933,492 (30.61)
Perot (Ind.)................503,458
 (7.97)
Nader (Grn.)................75,956
(1.20)
Others (5)...................47,046
(0.75)
Blank/Scat................123,000
Total........6,439,129

1992
Clinton (D/L)...........3,444,450 (49.72)
Bush (R/C/RtL.)......2,346,649 (33.88)
Perot (NoPty).........1,090,721
 (15.75)
Others (4+w/ins).........45,113
(0.65)
Total........6,926,933

Results
2000
Bush/Cheney
Republican/Conservative
2,403,374
(35.23)
Gore/Lieberman Democratic/Liberall/WorkFam
4,107,697
(60.21)
Hagelin/Goldhaber
Independence
24,361
(0.36)
Buchanan/Foster 
Right to Life/Buchanan Ref
31,599
(0.46)
Nader/LaDuke
Green
244,030
(3.58)
Phillips/Frazier 
Constitution
1,498
(0.02)
Browne/Olivier 
Libertarian
7,649
(0.11)
Harris/Trowe
Socialist Workers
1,789
(0.03)
Official Write Ins (5)
2
Total........6,821,999

Total incl. 138,216 Blank, Void, Scattering: 6,960,215

Overview
The presidential outcome was essentially a foregone conclusion. Statewide, Gore's plurality was 1,704,323 votes (24.98 percentage points). Outside New York City Bush carried 36 counties to 21 for Gore; Gore carried all five boroughs in NYC. 

4,691,713 votes (67.4%) were cast in counties outside NYC and 2,268,502 votes (33.6%) were cast in NYC.

Outside of NYC Gore outpolled Bush 2,404,333 to 2,004,648.  In NYC Gore won with a plurality of about 1.3 million votes (1,703,364 to 398,726).

In the really big race, the U.S. Senate campaign, Rick Lazio spent $40.1 million and Hillary Rodham Clinton spent $29.3 million.

General Election Activity

 

State primary held September 12, 2000
Presidential Primary Election:   Tuesday, March 7, 2000

Republican Primary
Voting was for delegates in each of New York's 31 congressional districts, with the top three vote-getters in each district winning.  Bush, Forbes and McCain fielded full slates of three delegates in all districts, while Keyes had full delegate slates in 20, and partial or no lists in the remaining 11.  Sixty-nine of the Bush delegates finished in top-three positions as did 24 of the McCain delegates.
Sen. McCain had to go to court before Republican party leaders would allow him on the ballot in all of the state's 31 congressional districts. 

Total Delegates
101 of 2,066 (4.9%).
Democratic Primary
Total Vote Percent
Bill Bradley 326,038 33.45%
-Al Gore 639,417 65.62%
Lyndon LaRouche 9,008 0.92%
Total 974,463

Total Pledged Delegates
243 of 3,537 (6.9%).
Total Delegates
292 of 4,334 (6.7%).

Delegate Selection Plan
 

Green Primary Ralph Nader prevailed in the Green Party over Joel Kovel, Stephen Gaskin and Jello Biafra.

Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001  Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.
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