Andrew Cuomo Dominates Hudson Valley in Primary Vote
Gov. Andrew Cuomo won most Hudson Valley counties by a landslide in Thursday's Democratic primary.
It seems like in this day and age, Republicans and Democrats can't agree on anything. However, according to our readers, most share one thing in common, their disdain for New York's current Governor.
Whenever we post a story that involves Andrew Cuomo, readers from both sides of the aisle join together and bash Cuomo in our comments section.
So, it may come as a surprise, but Cuomo dominated challenger Cynthia Nixon in the Democratic primary.
Cuomo defeated Nixon by over 450-thousand votes across the state. Below primary results for each county in the Mid-Hudson Valley, according to the New York State Board of Elections.
- Andrew Cuomo: 61.79% (11,710)
- Cynthia Nixon: 36.88% (6,990)
- Andrew Cuomo: 60.63% (11,540)
- Cynthia Nixon: 38.41% (7,310)
- Andrew Cuomo: 61.88% (3,188)
- Cynthia Nixon: 36.70% (1,891)
- Andrew Cuomo: 49.46% (8,202)
- Cynthia Nixon: 48.46% (7,982)
Cuomo also bested Nixon in Rockland, Westchester and Sullivan counties. Nixon came out on top in Columbia and Greene counties.
Cuomo will battle Republican nominee Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro and Independent Stephanie Miner in November's election.
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