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    #NY22 Missing Post-Its – Judge Says ‘We Have a Serious Problem on Our Hands’

    #NY22 Missing Post-Its – Judge Says ‘We Have a Serious Problem on Our Hands’

    In a tight race with candidates separated by about 100 votes, election officials marked counted contested ballots with Post-It Notes, which then fell off leaving courtroom mayhem
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    Forget the presidential election. These house races have all the drama Americans crave!

    The race is important because Republican Claudia Tenney leads “incumbent Democrat Anthony Brindisi by more than 100 votes.”

    The problem going on with New York’s 22nd Congressional District is something out of a movie. Oswego County Supreme Court Justice Scott DelConte uttered something no one wants to hear:

    “We have a serious problem on our hands.”

    I’m not kidding. It involves sticky notes on absentee ballots in Oneida County:

    The concern is over absentee ballots in Oneida County, where the board of elections commissioners testified they cannot establish if some absentee ballots that were marked were included in the original count.

    During the proceeding, Justice DelConte ruled that any ballot with marks outside of a circle, but within a candidate’s box will be considered a valid vote with clear intent.

    As the court continued, questions arose as to whether challenged ballots that did not include a “sticky note” indicating the problem were included in the original vote count.

    12 News Senior Reporter Josh Rosenblatt reported, “when asked how the court should determine if these ballots were previously included in the counting if they don’t have a sticky, the commissioner responded, ‘you can’t’.”

    The New York State Supreme Court, which is the trial court not the highest court in the state (that would be the Court of Appeals) just issued an injunction, which will not allow eight counties to certify the NY22 race.


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    Can I guess if Democrat was up a 100 votes the judge would want the race called in a heartbeat?

    kittymyers | November 25, 2020 at 8:23 am

    In 52 of the 62 counties in NYS, Dominion machines were used.

    artichoke | November 25, 2020 at 10:10 am

    Rob Astorino, the wonderful former Westchester County Executive who saved us from the worst of Obama’s efforts to force racially specific low income housing into the county, just conceded to Dem Peter Harckham in NY’s 40th Senate district. Astorino was way ahead after election day. But then they kept finding more and more absentee votes until Harckham won. There seem to be many many absentee ballots from Dem areas.

    And yet I know of people in Republican areas who did not receive their absentee ballots. Wonder if they voted and didn’t even realize it …

    Thanks to the Demo-Rats, the election machinery of much of the country has turned into a massive fraud operation.

    thelip95032 | November 26, 2020 at 1:54 am

    what I didn’t understand from the article is why can’t they just start over and recount all the ballots ?

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