As candidates declare their interest or win nominations, you’ll find them here. Click on a candidate’s name for a short bio sketch.
- Incumbents are in italics.
- In primary elections, winners will appear in PURPLE.
- In general elections, winners will appear in RED.
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Primary Election (Local Elections): June 24, 2014
General Election: Nov. 4, 2014
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BD=Better Decisions CLY=Clay First R=Republican
D=Democrat I=Independence Con.=Conservative
WF=Working Families Green=Green Lbl.=Liberal
RTL=Right to Life MRP=Marijuana Reform Lib.=Libertarian
V=Veterans Party i=Unaffiliated with a Party
*In 2012, redistricting changed the 49th state Senate District to the 53rd state Senate District. The district lost DeWitt, but gained Cicero and Salina. The newly drawn 53rd Senate District includes the city of Syracuse and the southeastern corner of Onondaga County, all of Madison County and two towns in Oneida County.
Learn more about the 53rd Senate District.
*In 2012, voting districts were redrawn. The 121st Assembly District became the new 127th Assembly District. The new district includes parts of Onondaga County, including the towns of Clay, Cicero, Manlius, Pompey, Fabius and Tully. Learn more about the 127th Assembly District.
*In 2012, voting districts were redrawn. The 119th Assembly District became the 128th Assembly District. The new district includes parts of the city of Syracuse and Onondaga County, including the towns of DeWitt, Salina and Onondaga. Learn more about the 128th Assembly District.