Rochester, N.Y. -- The stage is set for the November election.
Tuesday, voters chose the candidates who will go up against the incumbents in three Congressional Races.
In the U.S. Senate race, Republican Wendy Long defeated Bob Turner and George Maragos to challenge Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D) in November.
In the race for New York's 27th Congressional district, Chris Collins (R) easily defeated David Bellavia, capturing about 60% of the vote. He will face Rep. Kathy Hochul (D) in November.
Democrats also chose their candidate for the 23rd Congressional District. Nate Shinagawa defeated Leslie Burke and Melissa Dobson. Shinagawa will face Rep. Tom Reed (R) in November.
The latest numbers available are below:
U.S. Senate GOP - Primary
13,419 of 14,670 precincts - 91%x-Wendy Long (R) - 68,157 - 51%
Bob Turner (R) - 47,806 - 36%
George Maragos (R) -18,028 - 13%
615 of 622 precincts - 99%
x-Chris Collins 10,747 (R) - 59%
David Bellavia 7,454 - (R) 41%
589 of 596 precincts - 99%x-Nate Shinagawa (D) - 5,683 - 55%
Leslie Burke 3,833 (D) - 37%
Melissa Dobson 724 (D) - 7%