BUFFALO, NY ( WKBW ) The biggest race in New York State is the race for Governor - and Buffalo's own Carl Paladino is hoping to pull off an upset against Democrat Andrew Cuomo.
The spotlight has been on Republican candidate Paladino since he announced his candidacy, and won an upset victory in the primary. Today, he headed to Salem Lutheran Church in South Buffalo to cast his vote.
Candidates for the 58th Senate seat also made their way to the polls. Republican candidate Jack Quinn III cast his vote at Hamburg Village Hall while Democratic candidate Tim Kennedy voted at Notre Dame Academy.
Channel 7 also caught up with incumbent candidate for Erie County Clerk Kathy Hochul, who voted in her hometown of Hamburg, talking with supporters along the way.
Incumbent candidate for the 60th Senate seat Antoine Thompson cast his vote, stopping to shake the hands of supporters along the way. His Republican challenger also cast his vote today, and Eyewitness News cameras were there covering both men in this hotly contested race.
Channel 7's Eyewitness News, and wkbw.com, is your VOTE 2010 Election headquarters for the most up to date information. Watch tonight with coverage from across the state, and expert analysis with Bob Davis, joining Keith Radford, Joanna Pasceri, and the entire Eyewitness News team.