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2 votes to decide tight Malta supervisor's race

Sausville leads by one after latest count

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After all but two absentee ballots were counted Wednesday morning in the Malta town supervisor race, incumbent Republican Paul Sausville had come from behind to take a one-vote lead over Democratic challenger Cynthia Young. A state Supreme Court judge’s decision today on those two disputed votes may determine who the next supervisor is. Both contested ballots contain votes for Young, so if both are ordered to be counted, she would complete a one-vote victory. If ...

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November 20, 2013
7:46 p.m.

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Let's hope he does the right thing and gives the proper votes to Young.

November 21, 2013
3:34 p.m.

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Politician and right thing in the same sentence? Where have you been living? The law seems pretty clear on marking on ballots; I see by the news that the judge invalidated the two ballots, as should be.