The New York Congressional Competition in New York is Doubtful After 55 Countless Ballots Found


A newly discovered lot of 55 countless ballots in the rural countryside of New York County could change the outcome of an unnamed congressional contest.

Chenango County ballots were handed out during the state’s early voting period in the 22nd Congressional District – an extremely tight race between Democratic MP Anthony Brindisi and his Republican opponent, Claudia Tenney.

Starting Monday, which was reportedly the last day for election officials to report vote aggregation in the constituency, Tenney razor led the first-year Democrat with a thin 12-vote gap.

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Republican Congressman Claudia Tenney indicates that she successfully cast her vote after voting on November 6, 2018, at the new St. George’s Church in New Hartford. (AP Photo / Heather Ainsworth, File)

Chenango County attorney Alan Gordon informed Scott DelConte Supreme Court Justice of the findings on Tuesday.

“These ballots were obviously misleading and never counted,” Gordon wrote.

“I advised our Electoral Board not to open these votes and secure them in their offices,” he said.

Of the 55 ballots, 11 come from seemingly unregistered voters.

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The remaining 44 could reverse Tenney’s advantage, but DelConte still has more than 2,000 controversial missing and must vote in a statement in the race.

The Brindisi-Tenney contest was a fighting affair, with the Republican jumping nearly 29,000 votes advantage on election night – just to see that lead disappear when mail is counted.

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Then last week, Brindisi appeared to have gained double-digit leadership, but her small advantage disappeared over the weekend after two counties reported tabular errors.