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Unofficial election totals are in

NEW YORK--Unofficial election results are in from the Aug. 23rd special congressional and primary election. The results remain unofficial until they are certified, meaning all in-person and absentee, special, and affidavit (provisional) ballots are tallied.
In the special congressional election for the remainder of former Congressman Tom Reed's seat in the current 23rd district, Republican Joe Sempolinski bested Democrat Max Della Pia. The vote total was 38,749 to 34,001, respectively.
Despite winning the special election, Sempolinski's term will be a short one. With the statewide redistricting, the 23rd district will soon be split and Yates County will join the 24th district. Sempolinski is not running in either the new district or the old one for the November election.
Republican Claudia Tenney will be moving on to face Democratic challenger Steven Holden in the race for the 24th seat in the House of Representatives after defeating Mario Fratto and George Phillips in the primary. Tenney won with 53.43 percent of the vote.
For the new boundary area of the 23rd congressional district, Nick Langworthy, who also serves as the chair of the state Republican committee, defeated former gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino in the primary. Langworthy is now set to appear on the ballot in November running against Max Della Pia.
The 23rd district encompasses several counties including Schuyler and Steuben.





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