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Don't forget to vote on Tuesday, November 6.

The day we’ve been waiting for is heavily weighted, from the closest presidential election in years, to elections for congress, senate and the state assembly. Before you cast your vote and let your voice be heard nationally and locally, check out our guide to what Queens candidates are on the ballot for the November 6 election. For information on your polling site, which may have changed, visit vote.nyc.ny.us.

U.S. SENATE CANDIDATES

CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES:

District 3

District 5

District 6

District 7

District 8

District 12

STATE SENATE CANDIDATES:

District 11

District 12

District 15

District 16

ASSEMBLY CANDIDATES:

District 25

District 30

District 36

District 37

District 40

UNOPPOSED CANDIDATES:

Senate District
10 – James Sanders Jr.
13 – Jose Peralta (WFP)
14 – Malcolm A. Smith (WFP)

Assembly District
23 – Philip Goldfeder (Cons, Ind)
24 – David Weprin (WFP, Ind)
26 – Ed Braunstein (WFP, Ind)
27 – Michael Simanowitz (Cons, Ind)
28 – Andrew Hevesi (WFP, Ind)
29 – William Scarborough (WFP)
31 – Michele Titus (WFP)
32 – Vivian E. Cook
33 – Barbara Clark (WFP)
34 – Michael DenDekker (WFP)
35 – Jeffrion Aubry (WFP)
38 – Mike Miller (WFP, Ind)
39 – Francisco Moya (WFP)

Congress
7 – Nydia Velazquez (WFP)

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