NY-22 Race Goes To Judge
One week after Election Day, a hard fought congressional race in Central New York has now gone before a judge. A hearing is expected today after a state Supreme Court judge last Friday ordered absentee ballots impounded in New York’s 22nd House District. Democrat Anthony Brindisi, who leads Republican incumbent Claudia Tenney by just under 1,300 votes, made the request.
WAMC’s Brian Shields spoke with Jason Smith, the news director of WRVO Public Radio in Oswego, who has been watching the election.