The DiNapoli Campaign in Pictures
Tom DiNapoli, New York State Comptroller, running for his first full term.
The Comptroller has a laugh while getting ready to serve food at the Masbia Soup Kitchen in Borough Park.
Feeling the heat on a July campaign stop in Coney Island with New York City Council Member Domenic Recchia, left, and Assembly Member Alec Brook-Krasny.
The Comptroller makes the rounds with the kitchen staff after an event at a senior center in Queens.
In July, the Comptroller received the endorsement of the Civil Service Employees Association, led by President Danny Donohue, left.
The Comptroller has a laugh with his fellow Nassau County legislators and elected officials at an endorsement press conference in August.
The Comptroller marched in the West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn with NYC Council Speaker Christine Quinn, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Governor David Paterson.
The Comptroller meets the voters at 72nd Street and Broadway with Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, right, and Assembly Member Linda Rosenthal, one of several subway stops he made in the days leading up to November 2nd.
Sharing a light moment at a get out the vote rally with Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins and Congresswoman Nita Lowey as Westchester County Democratic Chair Reggie Lafayette looks on.
You're running for the train, he's running for office: The Comptroller meets the voters at 86th and Lexington with former New York City Mayor Ed Koch.
A young DiNapoli supporter outside of Assembly Member Danny O'Donnell's headquarters on the Upper West Side.
The Comptroller receives good karma from the tai-chi class at the Central Harlem Senior Center the day before the election.
On 14th Street, Comptroller DiNapoli rallies the assembled members of District Council 9, who sent thousands of volunteers to get out the vote on election day.
The Comptroller rallies with DC37's Lillian Roberts and Assembly Member Keith Wright in Harlem on election day.
With State Democratic Party Chairman Jay Jacobs discussing victory on tv, the Comptroller makes an unofficial call of the results in his suite at the Sheraton on election night.