New Yorkers went to the polls yesterday to decide who would be running for the state’s top spots in this November’s elections. The Associated Press has projected Governor Kathy Hochul, a Democrat, had cruised to an easy victory over her challengers, New York City public advocate, Jumaane Williams and Long Island congressman Tom Suozzi. It was much closer on the Republican side, but last night AP projected Long Island congressman Lee Zeldin had edged out the win over second place finisher, former Trump administration aide, Andrew Giulilani. Former Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino, and businessman Harry Wilson finished a distant third and fourth, respectively. For lieutenant governor, Democrats chose incumbent Antonio Delgado. The Republicans have former NYPD deputy inspector, Alison Esposito, as their nominee for L-G.