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Newsday Voters Guide: Meet your candidates in the Nov. 4 election

Long Beach residents cast their votes at the

Long Beach residents cast their votes at the Lindell Elementary School on Nov. 6, 2012. Credit: Newsday / Alejandra Villa

Need a quick rundown of the candidates and issues for Long Island’s elections on Nov. 4? Our Voters Guide will get you up to speed before you head to the polls.

Each candidate page features a photo, brief bio and concise summary of the issues on that person’s agenda. The key explains the party lines candidates are running on -- from the Democratic and Republican parties to the Stop Common Core and Working Families parties.

This general election features contests for local, county, state and federal offices. Four statewide offices are on the ballot -- governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general and comptroller. There are races in Long Island’s five congressional districts, from western Nassau County to the East End. And Long Islanders will also be voting for positions in the State Senate, the New York State Assembly, judicial offices, and local and county offices.

App users, tap on the above link to browse through all of Long Island’s races. To find the race you’re interested in, either scroll down the page or use the drop-down menus at the top.

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