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Now, change state election law

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Thanks to an arcane state election law and a rigid state appeals court, the town of Malta will be led for the next two years by a supervisor that the majority of voters didn’t want. And Cynthia Young — their apparent choice by literally the slimmest of margins, one vote — will sit home. The Appellate Division of state Supreme Court in Albany may not have been wrong Tuesday when it unanimously upheld a Nov. ...

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