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Senate balance down to Ulster

Lawyers for Republican Assemblyman George Amedore review a paper ballot at the Ulster County Board of Elections headquarters in Kingston last month.
Lawyers for Republican Assemblyman George Amedore review a paper ballot at the Ulster County Board of Elections headquarters in Kingston last month.
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The race in the 46th Senate District — still too close to call — is heading back to court and maybe to a protracted legal battle. Democrat Cecilia Tkaczyk currently trails Assemblyman George Amedore, R-Rotterdam, by 112 votes in the district. The race was practically neck-and-neck after Election Day, but the week of counting absentee and affidavit ballots has grown and shrunk the margin. After counting paper ballots in Albany, Schenectady, Greene and Montgomery counties ...


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skody54
November 27, 2012
9:56 p.m.

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Good. I think she'll be great in that position. I would like to see George nipped in the bud. One of the first things he worked on passing loosened up on some regs that allowed dear old Dad with building developments. Shame on him.

Woodrow
November 29, 2012
1:48 p.m.

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skody54 - Not sure you should be blaming George personally for what the legislature did. Also, be careful what you wish for, and be prepared to open your wallet, since for some reason democrats find ways to spend our money...

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