She picked up 57 percent of the vote, while community activist S.J. Jung, received 43 percent.
Stavisky has been in the state Senate since 1999, serving the 16th district, which includes parts of Flushing, Oakland Gardens, Woodside and Elmhurst.
Jung billed himself as a "reformer, who refuses to accept politics as usual" and hopes his time as a community advocate can help the district, he told the Daily News.
Stavisky, who serves as the assistant Democratic leader and is a member of the Senate's Committee on Higher Education, touted her experience during the campaign.