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Who’s ahead in the New York 19th District House race?

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U.S. House, NY-19, 2022

455LV
Oct.27-Nov.1
455LV
Riley
48%
Riley
48%

Riley

48%

Molinaro

43%
43%
Molinaro  Riley+5
470LV
Sep.25-28
470LV
Riley
46%
Riley
46%

Riley

46%

Molinaro

41%
41%
Molinaro  Riley+5
652LV
Sep.20-22
652LV
Riley
42%
Riley
42%

Riley

42%

Molinaro

51%
51%
Molinaro  Molinaro+10
400LV
Aug.27-Sep.2
400LV
Riley
44%
Riley
44%

Riley

44%

Molinaro

41%
41%
Molinaro  Riley+3
403LV
Aug.29-Sep.1
403LV
Riley
47%
Riley
47%

Riley

47%

Molinaro

44%
44%
Molinaro  Riley+3
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