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Casella wins Supreme Court case

ROCHESTER--The New York State Supreme Court ruled in favor of Todd Casella, a candidate for Yates County District Attorney. The decision means Casella will be on the ballot for the Sept. 12 Republican primary election, and on the ballot on the Independence and Reform lines for the Nov. 7 general election. Further, the court decided Casella's residency is not an immediate issue. If he wins, Casella must move and reside in Yates County.
"It's pretty simple: The voters of Yates County deserve a choice," said Casella in reaction to the ruling.
The challenges were filed by Penelope Marchionda.
"It was a privilege and honor to talk directly with voters as we collected nearly 1,000 signatures for my petitions," said Casella. "People are ready for a change and I'm prepared to take on that challenge."
Casella is challenging incumbent District Attorney Valerie Gardner.
Casella is a prosecutor who currently serves as an Assistant District Attorney in Steuben County.
The Republican primary election for Yates County district attorney will be held Tuesday, Sept. 12 and the general election is Tuesday, Nov. 7.

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