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Judge announces the victory of the Republic, Claudia Tine, in the Congressional race in New York

A New York judge ordered the state to certify Republican Claudia Tenney’s victory in the state’s 22nd congressional district elections, after months of delay due to errors in the vote counting process. The decision limits the already meager Democratic majority in the House, which now stands at 221 seats compared to 212. Tene defeated incumbent Democrat Anthony Brindisi by just 109 votes, winning the seat she lost to Brindisi in 2018. The election was marred by problems including discovering a number not The counted votes and what local media dubbed “StickyGate”, as subsequent notes mysteriously fell from a batch of disputed ballots, leaving election officials unsure of whether those votes were counted or not. In addition, one local county failed to process 2,400 voter registration requests before Election Day. New York Supreme Court Judge Scott J. Delquent ruled that despite errors in the election, the court had to issue an order to certify Tiny as the winner. DelConte found no evidence of election fraud. DelConte wrote in his ruling: “The record in these elections reflects that both candidates have suffered the effects of systematic violations of federal and state election laws.” The court “cannot investigate or respond to these systematic violations of voter rights.” Such an investigation falls within the purview of the state’s election board, the US Department of Justice, or the governor. DelConte, however, wrote, “Every valid vote cast in New York’s 22nd congressional district has been counted.” Teny welcomed the judge’s ruling. “I am honored to win this race,” Tine said in a statement. “It was an intense campaign and I thank Anthony Brindisi for his service. Now that every legal vote has counted, it is time for the results to be validated.” Brindisi may continue to resume election results. Brindisi can also appeal to the House of Representatives, which has the power to order a recount and even new elections. “I was shocked and surprised by this decision by the countless errors and inconsistencies that occurred during this preliminary census,” Brindisi said. “I think a full review and manual recount is the only way to solve this race.”

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