United States House of Representatives Elections in New York, 2012

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The 2012 United States House of Representatives elections in New York will take place on Tuesday, November 6, 2012. New York has 27 representatives to the US House of Representatives from New York.

The state lost two seats following the 2010 United States Census. Those elected in the this election will serve in the 113th United States Congress for a term of two years, from January 2013 till January 2015.

District 1

Incumbent Democrat Tim Bishop is running for a re-election in 2012. He started his re-election campaign in April 2011.

Democratic Primary

Republican Primary

District 3

Incumbent Republican Peter King is running for a re-election.

Republican Primary

District 4

Democratic incumbent Carolyn McCarthy will seek a re-election in the 2012 Election.

Democratic Primary

Republican Primary

District 5

Incumbent Democrat Gary Ackerman is not seeking for a re-election in 2012. Gary has been the U.S. Representative since 1982.

District 9

Democrat Anthony Weiner had resigned following a sex scandal. A special election to fill the District 9 Representative seat is scheduled to be held on September 13, 2011.

District 10

Incumbent Democrat Edolphus Towns, announced in March 2011 that he would run for re-election.

Democratic Primary

District 12

District 13

Incumbent Republican Michael Grimm will seek a re-election in the 2012 election.

Republican Primary

Democratic Primary

District 14

Incumbent Democrat Carolyn Maloney is seeking a re-election in 2012.

District 15

Incumbent Democrat Charles Rangel has filed for a re-election in 2012. Charles Rangel who was found guilty of ethics violations and was censured by the House of Representatives.

Democratic Primary

District 16 & 17

Democratic Primary

District 19

Democrat John Hall, who represented the 19th district has announced that he would not run against Nan Hayworth.

Republican Primary

District 22

Incumbent Democrat Maurice Hinchey will seek a re-election in 2012.

Democratic Primary

Republican Primary

Timeline

July 23, 2011: As per the reports filed the Federal Election Commission, incumbent Maurice Hinchey has $98,573 at the end of June 2011. The campaign raised $135,609 in the first six months of the year. Republican George Phillips raised $54,282 through June 30. Phillips' campaign committee had $45,149 in cash.

District 23

Democratic incumbent Bill Owens will run for a re-election in 2012 election.

Candidates

District 25

Incumbent Republican Ann Marie Buerkle will seek a re-election in 2012.

Republican Primary

Democratic Primary

District 28

Incumbent Democrat Louise Slaughter, may not seek a re-election in 2012. Louise has been representing Rochester metropolitan area since 1987 and has raised only $320 in the final quarter of 2010.

Democratic Primary

Republican Primary

District 29

Incumbent Republican Tom Reed has not made up his mind whether to run for re-election.

Republican Primary

Democratic Primary

See Also

[Category: New York]]