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How Long Island voted in Congressional primaries

Thomas R. Suozzi won the Democratic primary for the 3rd Congressional District with 6,532 votes, compared to the nearest challenger, Steve Stern, who had 4,069 votes. Jonathan Clarke, Jon Kaiman and Anna Kaplan also ran. Here is the unofficial breakdown of voting in Nassau and Suffolk counties; absentee ballots are not included. A small portion of the district extends into Queens, which is not shown here because district results were not available in that county as of Wednesday morning. Suozzi garnered 1,511 of the votes in that portion of the district, of 42.5 percent.

Voting in the Third Congressional District

Clarke
Kaiman
Kaplan
Stern
Suozzi
Tie


Anna Throne-Holst was leading in the race for the Democratic nomination in the First Congressional district, ahead of David Calone 5,446 to 5,417. There are still more than 1,600 absentee ballots to be counted. Here's the unofficial tally of voting in that district.


Voting in the First Congressional District

Calone <10%
Calone 10%+
Throne-Holst <10%
Throne-Holst 10%+
Tie


Incumbent Gregory Meeks defeated challenger Ali Mirza, 5,981 to 1,327, for the Democratic nomination in the Fifth Congressional District, the bulk of which is in Queens. Here is how voting went in the Nassau County portion of the district; an election-district breakdown was not available for Queens as of Wednesday morning.

Voting in the Fifth Congressional District

Meeks <10%
Meeks 10%+
Mirza <10%
Mirza 10%+
Tie

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