Polls closed last night in New York’s 20th District, but that doesn’t mean that a winner has been declared. This morning, the race remains too close to call, with Scott Murphy leading Jim Tedisco by 59 votes. The election will be decided by the thousands of absentee ballots received, which are likely not going to be totaled until mid-April. Both sides refused to concede to the other. Both Parties have played large roles in this election, with the DNC and RNC paying close attention to this race. Here are the current votes as of this morning:
RRM will be watching this race closely as the absentee ballots are tallied, and will update our blog on any important developments as the election is decided.