Candidates hit the streets for last-minute campaigning
Candidates were out Tuesday hitting the pavement to try and gather last-minute supporters in their communities.
Gov. Kathy Hochul and Attorney General Letitia James made their way to Downtown Brooklyn on Election Day, meeting supporters and looking to gain new voters.
If Hochul wins the gubernatorial election, she would become the first elected female governor in New York state history.
Rep. Lee Zeldin rallied on Long Island. If Zeldin wins this election, he would be the first Republican governor in New York since George Pataki won in 2002.
He spoke with the media on what is best for the state moving forward.
"Our state is at a crossroads. In order to restore New York back to glory, we need to tackle the reason why New York leads the entire country in out migration,” said Zeldin. “We all have to work together. Republicans, Democrats, and independents."