Ballot Count Begins But Local Races Unlikely To See Results Until Next Week - 27 East

Ballot Count Begins But Local Races Unlikely To See Results Until Next Week

authorMichael Wright on Nov 18, 2020
Suffolk County Board of Elections officials on Monday finally began counting the approximately 168,000 absentee ballots that remain to be tallied in the state’s 2020 election. Because the count is... more

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