‘Egregious federal overreach’: Republicans warn House Dems’ plan would nationalize elections

Move would centralize power in Washington over voting procedures, state Republican official says Source: Washingon Times By Dave Boyer– The Washington Times – Tuesday, March 2, 2021 Republican elections officials in at least 16 states are opposing a House Democratic bill headed for a vote Wednesday that would set national standards for mail-in ballots, early voting, automatic voter … More ‘Egregious federal overreach’: Republicans warn House Dems’ plan would nationalize elections

Senator Raphael Warnack Under Investigation

Stacey Abrams Raphael Warnock Source: Yahoo! Brittany BernsteinThu, February 11, 2021, 11:41 AM Senator Raphael Warnock (D., Ga.) is under investigation for his involvement in the New Georgia Project, a voter registration organization founded by Stacey Abrams, which officials say failed to follow state election deadlines in 2019. The Georgia State Election Board voted 3-0 Wednesday to … More Senator Raphael Warnack Under Investigation

local_utica, ny: Picente Seeks to Remove Election Commissioners

Picente asks Cuomo to remove Oneida County election commissioners over NY22 race errors Steve HoweObserver-Dispatch Following numerous errors discovered in the judicial review of New York’s 22nd Congressional District, Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente Jr. called for the removal of the county’s election commissioners in a letter to Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday afternoon.  The … More local_utica, ny: Picente Seeks to Remove Election Commissioners

local_utica ny: Tenney Wins, Brindisi Set To Appeal

Judge rules: Certify Claudia Tenney as winner in NY-22 BATTLE FOR THE 22NDPosted: Feb 5, 2021 / 06:43 AM EST / Updated: Feb 5, 2021 / 04:52 PM EST (WSYR-TV) — Republican Claudia Tenney will be certified as the winner in New York State’s 22nd Congressional District race, defeating Democrat Anthony Brindisi. State Supreme Court Judge Scott DelConte ruled … More local_utica ny: Tenney Wins, Brindisi Set To Appeal

elections: Tenney Declares Herself the Winner, Brindisi Does Not Concede 22nd District Congressional Race

NY22: Tenney declares victory over Brindisi, results not certified Source: Observer-Dispatch Steve Howe There are no more votes to canvass in New York’s 22nd Congressional District, but no winner has been certified — yet.  Republican Claudia Tenney leads Democrat Anthony Brindisi by 125 votes in a rematch of the 2018 election.  Five county boards of … More elections: Tenney Declares Herself the Winner, Brindisi Does Not Concede 22nd District Congressional Race

local_utica, ny: Tenney Leads by 122

NY22: Tenney increases lead over Brindisi to 122 votes Steve HoweObserver-Dispatch0:260:52 After 1,097 affidavit ballots were canvassed in Oneida County, Republican Claudia Tenney’s unofficial lead in the race grew by 93 votes in the race for New York’s 22nd Congressional District.  Tenney now leads Democrat Anthony Brindisi by 122 votes, with a final canvass of … More local_utica, ny: Tenney Leads by 122

local_utica, ny: Judge DelConte Harrassed over Brindisi/Tenney Election

NY-22: Harassing texts sent to judge in Brindisi/Tenney case Source: Observer Dispatch Utica, NY Steve HoweBill Wolcott The rancor that was so prevalent in the recent presidential campaign seems to have spilled into the court case to decide who will represent New York’s 22nd Congressional District. State Supreme Court Justice Scott DelConte, who is overseeing … More local_utica, ny: Judge DelConte Harrassed over Brindisi/Tenney Election

Local Utica, NY Politics: Tenney and Brindisi Sort Out Ballots in Lawsuits

Sorting Out the Ballots Source Observer-Dispatch Steve HoweObserver-Dispatch The final undecided Congressional race in the country was back in court for oral arguments on the fate of unprocessed online voter registration applications from Oneida County on Friday.  Attorneys for Democrat Anthony Brindisi and Republican Claudia Tenney defended points made in legal briefs filed Thursday in … More Local Utica, NY Politics: Tenney and Brindisi Sort Out Ballots in Lawsuits