Dead People Voted in Close Upstate N. Y. Congressional Race

by John Binder

Dead people allegedly voted in a too-close-to-call upstate New York congressional race, according to a county attorney involved with the case.

Rep. Anthony Brindisi (D-NY) is just 12 to 13 votes ahead of Republican challenger Claudia Tenney in the most recent count of votes for New York’s 22nd congressional seat. In question, though, are hundreds of absentee ballots.

Tenney, reports the state, was up by about 27,000 votes before absentee ballots for Brindisi were counted and erased her lead. The New York Post reports that Madison County attorney Tina Wayland-Smith has stated that votes by dead people were cast in the hotly contested race: Read the rest

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1 Response to Dead People Voted in Close Upstate N. Y. Congressional Race

  1. Joe Z says:

    This is how the DemocRATS stole the House in 2018 and continue to control the House in 2020. Voter fraud.

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