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Absentee ballots may decide Schuyler legislature seat ADVERTISEMENT

Absentee ballots may decide Schuyler legislature seat

SCHUYLER COUNTY--Voters came out in force, Tuesday, Nov. 6, to participate in the midterm elections throughout the nation. As a number of high-profile national races are still to be determined, the local election for the Schuyler County Legislature may be decided by absentee votes counted this week.
In the unofficial vote totals, incumbent Phil Barnes leads Brian Eslinger, 464-447 for the district six county legislative seat. Absentee votes will be tallied Tuesday and then next week to account for the different deadlines for the ballots. The final certification happens Tuesday, Nov. 20.
Like Yates County, Schuyler saw Tom Reed defeat Tracy Mitrano with a 4,024-2,901 vote total for the U.S. Congress position.
Thomas O'Mara beat Amanda Kirchgessner, 4,486-2,298 in Schuyler for the State Senator seat.
In the statewide elections, incumbent Andrew Cuomo won for governor, while Kirsten Gillibrand was elected for U.S. Senate. Letitia James was selected as the Attorney General and Thomas DiNapoli for Comptroller. Each of those candidates did not have the highest vote totals in Schuyler.





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