List of 2016 New York Libertarian Candidates

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This is a list of candidates endorsed by the Libertarian Party of New York and its chapters in 2016.

Libertarian Party Candidates

On Ballot

Candidate Office Location Votes % Notes
Alex Merced U.S. Senate 48,120 0.65%
Stephen Ruth State Senate District 2 5,505 3.81%
Michael Zumbluskas State Senate District 28 908 0.67% Republican
Independent
We The People
James Smith State Assembly District 5 824 1.384%
Rebecca Harary Sate Assembly District 73 325 0.538% Republican
Independent
Women's Equality
Reform
Stop DeBlasio


Not on Ballot

Candidate Office Location Votes % Notes
Christopher Garvey U.S. House District 2 Not on ballot
Michael McDermott U.S. House District 3 Not on ballot
Andrew Sugar State Senate District 39 Not on ballot
Rich Purtell State Senate District 52 Not on ballot
Jack McCarthy State Assembly District 2
Daniel Fardella State Assembly District 9
Matt Varvaro State Assembly District 16
Arthur Rosen State Assembly District 17
Jeffrey Tillery State Assembly District 123 Nominated; not on ballot
Peter Vazquez State Assembly District 138 Nominated; not on ballot


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