Primary voting is underway in New York State, including in a Democratic presidential race that has already selected its candidate.

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Delegates are still at stake in the voting with Andrew Yang and Bernie Sanders still on the ballot along with presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden. 

Locally, the contests are for the Republican nod for the 122nd New York State Assembly, 22nd Congressional District and Broome County Family Court Judge.

Vying for the Assembly seat held for close to a quarter century by Republican Clifford Crouch, who is retiring, are: former Norwich Police Chief Joseph Angelino, businessman and son of late state senator Tom Libous: Nick Libous, natural gas drilling proponent Victor Furman and dairy farmer James Powers.

Former Congresswoman Claudia Tenney and educator George Phillips are running for the Republican nomination for the 22nd congressional seat currently held by Democrat Antony Brindisi.

Former Broome County District Attorney Stephen Cornwell is seeking the Republican nomination for Broome County Family Court Judge against Town of Union Justice Veronica Gorman.

The polls close at 9 p.m. but results may not be known for weeks as many people are opting to vote by mail-in ballot.