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102nd Assembly District

Chris Tague
NYS Assembly photo of Chris Tague

New York state Assemblyman Chris Tague, a Republican from the 102nd District, is running for a second full term. Tague, who is facing a challenge from Democrat Betsy Kraat, is a former dairy farmer, and touts his perspective from rural New York. The district includes parts of Albany, Schoharie, Delaware, Catskill, Otsego and Ulster Counties.

Betsy Kraat
Headshot of Betsy Kraat provided to WAMC by Betsy For Assembly

Democrat Betsy Kraat is challenging Republican State Assemblyman Chris Tague in the 102nd District in November’s election. The district stretches from the Catskills to the Hudson Valley to the Leatherstocking region. Tague has represented the 102nd district since winning a special election in 2018.


A race to determine who will represent New York’s 102nd Assembly District is too close to call. WAMC’s Southern Adirondack Bureau Chief Lucas Willard takes a look at the results.


Voters head to the polls Tuesday for special elections to fill 11 vacant seats in the New York state Legislature.


New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has called for a special election to fill vacant seats in the legislature in April. WAMC’s Southern Adirondack Bureau Chief Lucas Willard reports on one local race.