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The Closest Race In the Country Still Hasn’t Been Called And Now It’s Up To The Court

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In Upstate New York’s 22nd Congressional disstrict, Claudia Tenney and Anthony Brindisi are in a dead heat four weeks after election day.

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Currently, Republican Claudia Tenney leads the district by 12 VOTES.

It’s a close one.

And now, the race is likely to be decided by the courts.

According to Syracuse.com “State Supreme Court Justice Scott J. DelConte ordered the counties to provide final counts by 4 p.m. of votes cast on Election Day, during early voting at polling sites, and by absentee, military and affidavit ballots.”

They note that “DelConte had ordered election officials to count at least 270 challenged absentee ballots, pending review. But more than 2,200 affidavit ballots jointly rejected by Democratic and Republican commissioners in each of the eight counties were not counted.”

Anthony Brindisi and Claudia Tenney

Both Tenney and Brindisi maintain that they are, in fact, the winner of the race.

Judge DelConte has demanded that each campaign submit written arguments over how to handle disputed absentee and affidavit ballots by 4 p.m. on December 2nd.

He has also scheduled a public hearing on December 7th.

Claudia Tenney previously won the district in 2016, while Anthony Brindisi won in in 2018.

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  1. Karen Parnell

    December 1, 2020 at 11:48 pm

    There.is no way Buden could have beat Trump. Before election, Pelisi told Trump he would never get in again. They already had it all planned out before citing even began. I think if you will.look deep in your hearts you know Buden didn’t win. With all if the ballotsbeing mailed in, late ballots, cite. Trump definitely won. Trump knew that would happen. L when they started wanting all of these mail in votes. Why didn’t they do as they always do????
    God punished those.thst do wrong so all of you had better watch your steps, there’s been enough stealing, lying, and God knows what all, and GOD is watching

  2. Dorothy Hadley

    December 3, 2020 at 9:45 am

    Tenney and Brindisi race is NOT the closest one. The Iowa 2nd district race for state Senate is closest with 6 votes difference in favor of Miller-Meeks, Republican, over Hart.

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