Senate District 43rd Republican: TOO CLOSE TO CALL
Roy McDonald - 50% - 6,817
Kathleen Marchione - 50% - 6,679
Senate District 44th Democrat:
Neil Breslin - 15,320
Shawn Morse - 6,341
Senate District 46th Democrat:
Thomas Dolan - 1,097
Monica Arias Miranda - 544
Cecilia Tkaczyk - 1,917
Assembly District 107th Democrat:
Cheryl Roberts - 1,516
Keith Hammond - 556
Assembly District 108th Democrat:
Carolyn McLaughlin - 3,855
John McDonald - 4,696
Assembly District 109th Democrat:
Christopher Higgins - 2,144
Margarita Perez - 4,336
William McCarthy - 1,766
Patricia Fahy - 4,879
Jim Coyne - 1,146
Frank Commisso Jr. - 2,397
Assembly District 110th Democrat:
Phillip Steck - 2,100
Joe Landry - 1,137
Timothy Nichols - 624
Kevin Frazier - 1,589
Albany County District Attorney Democrat:
David Soares - 59% - 14,498
Lee Kindlon - 41% - 10,132
ALBANY, N.Y. - Polling places are open from noon to 9 p.m. Thursday for the 2012 New York State Primary Elections.
There are some contentious races in the Capital Region NEWS10 ABC will be following on Thursday. Here is a run down of Thursday night's elections:
Stay with NEWS10 on-air or online throughout the night for Primary Election results.
Albany County District Attorney: Democratic incumbent David Soares is battling Lee Kindlon. The winner in this primary race will win the office since no Republican entered the race for Albany County DA.
State Senate District 43: Republican incumbent Roy McDonald is in a heated race with challenger Kathleen Marchione. The two have traded jabs in several attack ads that have appeared on TV.
State Senate District 44: Democratic State Senator Neil Breslin is up against Democratic challenger Shawn Morse. The winner of this race will likely go on to take the election in November. There is no Republican in the race.