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Malta supervisor race going to court

In city, absentees let Mathiesen retain win

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A state Supreme Court judge will hear arguments Wednesday concerning whether to count the remaining unopened absentee ballots in the tight Malta town supervisor’s race, which is too close to call. Attorneys for Town Supervisor Paul Sausville and Democratic challenger Cynthia Young on Friday got a stay from state Supreme Court Justice Robert Chauvin, preventing the opening of the 23 contested ballots until that hearing. Either Judge Ann Crowell or Chauvin will hear the case ...


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