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Republican Claudia Tenney Declares Victory for NY-22 With 123-Vote Lead

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Republican Claudia Tenney Declares Victory for NY-22 With 123-Vote Lead

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Republican congressional candidate Claudia Tenney is declaring victory in the race for New York’s 22nd Congressional District with a 123-vote lead against incumbent Democrat Anthony Brindisi. “Boards of Elections in all eight counties completed their court-ordered canvass yesterday; Republican candidate Claudia Tenney prevailed in that process,” Tenney’s campaign said in a statement. “It’s time for Anthony Brindisi’s Washington operatives to accept the results and stop playing politics with the integrity of our elections.” Brindisi narrowly won the race against central New York Republican Tenney in 2018, who then served her first term from 2017 to 2019 after U.S. Rep. Richard L. Hanna retired. The two politicians are now in a “rematch” of the 2018 election and have been in a court battle for months, disagreeing over ballots. “Court proceedings in the race began more than 90 days ago, and Claudia Tenney has led in the vote count every step of …

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