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Court to hear appeal of ballot count in Malta supervisor race

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The dispute over whether to count two ballots that will decide the outcome of the Malta town supervisor’s race will be heard by an appeals court in Albany on Dec. 16. The Third Department Appellate Division Court will hear arguments that day in Democratic candidate Cynthia Young’s effort to have two votes for her that have been invalidated instead be counted — enough to give her a one-vote upset victory over incumbent Republican Paul Sausville. ...


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