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|U.S. Presidential Election in New York, 2016|
|Nominee||Hillary Clinton||Donald Trump||Jill Stein|
|Home state||New York||New York||Massachusetts|
|Running mate||Tim Kaine||Mike Pence||Ajamu Bakara|
|Nominee||Gary Johnson||Darrell Castle|
|Home state||New Mexico||Tennessee|
|Running mate||William Weld||Scott Bradley|
The 2016 United States presidential election in New York will take place on November 8, 2016, as part of the 2016 General Election in which all 50 states plus The District of Columbia participate. New York voters will choose 29 electors to represent them in the Electoral College via a popular vote pitting Former Secretary of State and her running mate, HUD Secretary Julian Castro against Donald Trump and his running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence. Hillary Clinton won New York by an unprecedented 42.44% margin, giving her the largest vote margin in the history of New York and the largest percentage of the vote for any presidential candidate in the state since 1964.
On April 19, 2016, in the presidential primaries, New York voters expressed their preferences for the Democratic, Republican, and Green parties' respective nominees for President. Registered members of each party only voted in their party's primary, while voters who were unaffiliated with either party didn't vote in the primary.
Hillary Clinton defeated Bernie Sanders, winning 57% to Sanders's 42%. She won 139 pledged delegates while Sanders won 108 pledged delegates. Nobody else appeared on the ballot.
Donald Trump defeated John Kasich, winning 59% to Kasich's 25%. He won 89 delegates while Kasich got 6 delegates. Ted Cruz also appeared on the ballot.
Jill Stein defeated William Kreml, winning 89% to Kreml's 3.5%. She won 16 delegates to Kreml's 1. Everyone else got 4% of the vote. Bernie Sanders got 3.5% of the vote and 1 delegate, but he was running as a Democrat.
|Party||Nominee||Home State||Running Mate||Popular Vote||Percentage||Electoral Vote|
|Democratic||Hillary Clinton||New York||Tim Kaine||5,174,986||66.75%||29|
|Republican||Donald Trump||New York||Mike Pence||792,063||10.22%||0|
|Green||Jill Stein||Massachusetts||Ajamu Bakara||701,347||9.05%|
|Libertarian||Gary Johnson (write-in)||New Mexico||William Weld||517,946||6.68%|
|Constitution||Darrell Castle||Tennessee||Scott Bradley||511,143||6.59%|
|Reform||Rocky De La Fuente||California||Michael Steinberg||53,121||0.68%|