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DA ballot challenge headed for court

YATES COUNTY--The Yates County Board of Elections completed their review Wednesday, July 26 of the objections for the Independence, Reform and the Conservative Party designating petitions filed by Todd Casella, a candidate running for Yates County District Attorney.
The board ruled that Casella's party petition for the Conservative Party is null and void and his petitions for the Independence and Reform Party are invalid.
Yates County District Attorney Valerie Gardner filed valid petitions for re-election containing over 900 signatures from registered voters in Yates County.
However, the race got another challenge on Thursday, July 27. Penelope J. Marchionda, a Yates County petitioner for Gardner, filed suit with the New York Supreme Court against Todd Casella and the Yates County Board of Elections, Robert F. Brechko and Amy J. Daines, Commissioners asking that Casella be removed from the Republican primary ballot line for the Sept. 12 election.
The court date is scheduled for Aug. 7 at the Monroe County Courthouse located at 409 Hall of Justice, Rochester.





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