18th Congressional District

Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney (D)

is seeking a third term in Congress after a close win against Republican challenger Nan Hayworth in 2014.

He will not face a primary opponent in June, but two of his Republican opponents will have their own contest.

The latest filings also show Maloney with strong financial support.


Who’s Still In


Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney (D) Maloney has served in Congress since he was elected in 2012 in a close match-up with Republican incumbent Nan Hayworth. The two had a re-match in 2014, but Maloney came out ahead by about two percent of the vote. Maloney is a Hillary Clinton supporter leading up to the presidential primary.
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Phil Oliva (R) Oliva is an adviser to Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino, who ran for governor in 2014. Oliva also heads a business and communications firm based in New York.
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Kenneth Del Vecchio (R) Del Vecchio is a local filmmaker and author.
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Scott Smith Smith is a middle school science teacher who is running as an independent for the seat. He’s spent most of his life in the district. Since he’s running as an independent he did not have to meet the filing deadline before the primary.
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Who’s Out

Diana Hird (D) Hird did not file signatures with the Board of Elections ahead of the June primary.
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Sakima Brown (R) Brown did not file signatures with the Board of Elections ahead of the June primary.
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Dan Castricone (R) Castricone did not file signatures with the Board of Elections ahead of the June primary.
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Frank Spampinato (R) Spampinato did not file signatures with the Board of Elections ahead of the June primary.
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John Lange (R) Lange did not file signatures with the Board of Elections ahead of the June primary.
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