2012 federal primary election results

Voters headed to the polls Tuesday for the Congressional primaries in New York. Longtime Democratic Congressman Charles Rangel barely kept challengers at bay in the

THE BRONX - Voters headed to the polls Tuesday for the Congressional primaries in New York.

Longtime Democratic Congressman Charles Rangel barely kept challengers at bay in the 13th District, while incumbent Democrat Eliot Engel won by a landslide in the 16th Congressional District.

In the U.S. Senate, Republican Wendy Long won a three-way primary to face incumbent Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand in November's general election. Click here for results.

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