|NEW YORK||33 Electoral Votes|
(Source: U.S. Census Bureau, New York State Board of Elections)
New York has: 58 counties (this counts New York City as one county).
Largest counties: Kings, Queens, New York, Suffolk, Nassau, Bronx.
Largest cities: New York (7.4 million), Buffalo, Yonkers, Syracuse, Albany.
of New York
State Board of Elections
Total incl. 138,216 Blank, Void, Scattering: 6,960,215
The presidential outcome was essentially a foregone conclusion. Statewide, Gore's plurality was 1,704,323 votes (24.98 percentage points). Outside New York City Bush carried 36 counties to 21 for Gore; Gore carried all five boroughs in NYC.
4,691,713 votes (67.4%) were cast in counties outside NYC and 2,268,502 votes (33.6%) were cast in NYC.
Outside of NYC Gore outpolled Bush 2,404,333 to 2,004,648. In NYC Gore won with a plurality of about 1.3 million votes (1,703,364 to 398,726).
In the really big race, the U.S. Senate campaign, Rick Lazio spent $40.1 million and Hillary Rodham Clinton spent $29.3 million.
State primary held September 12, 2000
|Green Primary||Ralph Nader prevailed in the Green Party over Joel Kovel, Stephen Gaskin and Jello Biafra.|
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2001 Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.