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Allegany County Board of Elections: Absentee Ballots Still Uncounted

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After this site reported on the results for the recent Republican primary election, our friend Barb Broughton, the Deputy Commissioner of the Allegany County Board of Elections, sent a nice email explaining that the primary is not over. Absentee ballots haven’t been counted and in some cases, the number of outstanding ballots could technically change the election results. The correction is always welcome, and Allegany County has a top-notch Board of Elections!! From the source :

“The races in District 3 & 4 are very tight-the Absentee’s won’t be opened & counted until next Wednesday(June 30th). The Absentees needed to be postmarked by June 22nd & received in our office by close of business on the 29th.”

As of 6/24/2024

District 3-62 issued  30 received  1 Affidavit

The difference between 3rd & 4th place at this point is 26 votes for Early Voting & Election Day

District 4-99 issued  45 received  3 Affidavits

The difference between 2nd & 4th place at this point is 18 votes for Early Voting & Election Day

Wellsville Councilman- 87 issued   40 received  3 Affidavits

The difference between 2nd & 3rd place at this point is 25 votes for Early Voting & Election Day

Rushford Councilman-8 issued  4 received 0 Affidavits

The difference between 2nd & 3rd place at this point is 3 votes for Early Voting & Election Day

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