Results: Charlotte (NC BoE) || Cleveland (WJW-TV) || NYC (NYC BoE) || NYC (NYT) || Buffalo (BoE) || Rochester (BoE) || Nassau, NY (BoE) || Rensselaer, NY (BoE) || Westchester, NY (BoE) || Toledo (WTOL-TV)
10:55 ET- One last update; Cleveland is half in. Jackson is at 39, with Reed leading Johnson 19-15 for the second slot. This will conclude our liveblog for the night.
10:52 ET- Latimer has won 64-36 in Westchester. Laura Curran has won in Nassau. Rensselaer is too close to call and may head to a recount; McLaughlin is up 51-49.
10:50 ET- Brown has won 51-35 in Buffalo. Hicks-Hudson and Kapszukiewicz have advanced with 42 and 32 respectively in Toledo.
9:48 ET- Potential upset alert in Buffalo. Byron Brown (D) is up on Mark Schroeder (D) just 46-40 with 25% in.
9:46 ET- In Toledo, Hicks-Hudson is up 46-30 on Kapszukiewicz with Waniewski at 24. Rochester is a snoozer as incumbent Lovely Warren (D) is up 63-20 with over half in.
9:45 ET- For the NYC Council, all incumbents have won and essentially all establishment favorites have prevailed as well, though Margaret Chin (D) in CD-1 has had a very close shave with a 47-44 win.
9:33 ET- Latimer is up 62-38 for Westchester County Exec (D). Eric Gonzalez (D) has won a full term as Brooklyn DA.
9:25 ET- Incumbent Lovely Warren (D) has a commanding lead in Rochester with 62%.
9:23 ET- It looks like McGee (R) and Rehner (D) will advance in MS-LD-102, with McGee leading 41-29 and Rs taking the rest.
9:21 ET- Hicks-Hudson is at 53 in Toledo with Kapszukiewicz second, up 27-19.
9:17 ET- Looks like DeBlasio will have about 70%.
9:15 ET- Democrats have easily picked up OK-LD-46.
9:02 ET- DeBlasio is leading Albanese 68-19 in the first votes.
9:00 ET- Polls have closed in New York.
8:58 ET- Early vote is in for Toledo. Hicks-Hudson is well in first, with Kapszukiewicz leading Waniewski for second.
8:50 ET- A quarter is in and I’m just about ready to call Charlotte for Lyles; she is holding that 47-37 lead on Roberts.
8:40 ET- First results in from Cleveland, finally. In the early vote, Jackson is at 43%, with Reed leading Johnson 19-17 for second and Chrostowski at 10; no one else is above 3.
8:30 ET- About 10% in and Lyles is still up 47-37.
8:20 ET- Toledo’s results will be delayed because of a server crash.
8:00 ET- Polls have closed for special elections in MS and OK.
7:45 ET- Lyles is up 47-37 on Roberts in the early vote for Charlotte.
7:30 ET- Polls have now closed in Charlotte, Cleveland, and Toledo.