Registered Democratic voters will cast their ballots Tuesday in five Long Island primary races that will decide which New York State legislative candidates are among the choices on Election Day. The match-ups include a three-way Democratic primary in the lone LI state Senate race on September ballots and four primaries in local state Assembly races—two in Suffolk County and two in Nassau.
Results of the other 21 Assembly seats on LI were largely predictable.
Democrat Siela Bynoe and Republican Pepitz Blanchard are vying to replace Legis. Robert Troiano (D-Westbury), who stepped down recently.
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