The below results are based on over 90-percent of voting precincts' results.
A handful of New York Republican and Democratic hopefuls and one incumbent squared off across the Hudson Valley and beyond Tuesday, with the hopes of securing their party's blessing and a chance to unseat sitting lawmakers come November.
In the Republican primary for U.S. senator, Wendy Long defeated by a wide margin, securing just over half of the vote. Long—a Manhattan-based attorney—will face-off against current U.S. senator and Democrat Kirstin Gillibrand come November's general election.
Turner did manage to take 66 percent of the vote in New York City, but it wasn't enough.
In Rockland, 2,612 resident voted in the Long primary; in Westchester, 5,833.
Long formerly served as a press secretary for U.S. senators William L. Armstrong (R-CO) and Gordon J. Humphrey (R-NH), and is a member of presidential candidate Mitt Romney's Justice Advisory Committee.
In the 16th Congressional District—which encompasses southern Westchester municipalities—incumbent Eliot Engel beat out newcomer Aniello Grimaldi to win the Dem line. Engel received over 90-percent of the vote.
Engel has served as a member of Congress since 1989, and saw his earlier this year.
A closer look
Westchester County:16th Congressional District (86-percent of precincts reporting)
New York CityCandidate Party Votes Percent Eliot Engel Dem 6,561 90.4% Aniello Grimaldi Dem 697 9.6%