Last week, an acting NYS Supreme Court Justice in Steuben County ruled the newly drawn Congressional and Legislative districts in the state to be unconstitutional and must be redrawn immediately. But, after an appeal, everything is back in limbo.
People anticipating another rematch between Congresswoman Claudia Tenney and Congressman Anthony Brindisi can stop wondering if it will happen. Anthony Brindisi announced on Thursday he will not seek another term in Congress in 2022.
In what was thought, possibly, to be the last court appearance before certifying election results of New York's 22nd Congressional District, there's been another hold-up in naming a winner - with more delays potentially on the horizon.
The last undecided congressional district race in America still doesn't have an official winner. Following a nearly three-month tumultuous canvassing process, Claudia Tenney now has a 122-vote lead over Anthony Brindisi for the NY-22 seat, but it's not over.
One thing is for sure in this extended election season, people around here seem to know exactly what's going between President Trump and President-elect Biden. When it comes to the race for the 22nd congressional district between Congressman Brindisi and former Rep. Claudia Tenney, "who's ahead," seems to be the most common question.