According to records reviewed by THE WEEKLY STANDARD, former New York Senator Hillary Clinton wins the coveted "which person running for president from New York has voted in the most elections since 2002" contest.
Clinton has voted in 22 primary and general elections, though 59 percent of the time she has voted absentee.
Former governor George Pataki is also a "super voter," having voted twenty times since 2002. In every single instance, Pataki voted in person at his designated polling place in Putnam County, New York. So, Pataki wins the "excellent attendance" award.
Manhattan's Donald Trump, however, has a spottier record, having voted just 11 times since 2004. While National Review has claimed Trump "hasn't voted in the last six presidential primaries", the records made available to THE WEEKLY STANDARD date only back to 2002, and show Trump skipping the primary vote in 2004, 2008, and 2012, but voting in the general.