New York State Senate
Members of the state Senate are elected to two-year terms and make an annual salary of $110,000 plus per diem.
31st Senatorial District:
Incumbent: Robert Jackson (Democrat)
Challenger: Donald Skinner (Republican)
Robert Jackson has been winning elections while running on both the Democratic and Working Families ballot lines, which allows him to appeal to a wide net of the majority-Latino district that includes Washington Heights and Kingsbridge.
Jackson claimed the district seat in a 2018 landslide, succeeding Congress-bound Adriano Espaillat — whom he unsuccessfully challenged in 2014. But Jackson trounced an Espaillat-backed candidate in the August primaries.