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Names Of The Two Men Killed In Horseheads Accident, Have Now Been Made Public By State Troopers 

The State Police released the names of the 2 occupants killed in a tractor trailer accident on Monday, November 8th on I-86 in Horseheads.  The operator, identified as Zegazhab Gerezgier, age 29, from Texas, and passenger, Idris Mustapha, age 40, also from Texas were killed when the tractor-trailer they were traveling in crashed on I-86 at exit 54 in the town of Horseheads.


Lee Zeldin Gives A Concession Statement 

I would like to congratulate New York Governor Kathy Hochul on her election to a full four year term. This race was a once in a generation campaign, with a very close margin in the bluest of blue states. The unrelenting passion and hard work of our grassroots volunteers and supporters made this incredibly close race possible and helped us win at least 49 of New York’s 62 counties. Republicans, Democrats and Independents united as New Yorkers, pouring their heart and soul into this campaign.  Those controlling Albany should take note. New Yorkers of all walks of life are sick of the attacks on their wallets, their safety, their freedoms and the quality of their kids’ education and are hitting their breaking point, as proven by these results. As they take office in January, Governor Kathy Hochul and those controlling Albany must address the grave concerns voiced by the voters. While this campaign has come to a close, the rescue mission to Save Our State continues.

 

How Did The Steuben County Propositions Do?

On the propositions on the back of the ballot for steuben county voters, the new York state prop about environmental issues, there were 17, 702 no votes, and 14,411 YES votes on the state prop.  That statewide prop about environmental issues has still not yet been fully counted, there are over 1,000 districts that still are not in yet.   On the countywide proposition for redistricting there were 19,363 NO votes,  there were 11, 919 YES votes on the redistricting prop.  So the county redistricting prop, has failed.    Regarding the town of Caton vote, on changing the highway superintendents job to becoming an appointed job, 596 no votes, 290 yes votes.  On the town of Pulteney’s library prop, 295 yes votes, 138 no votes, and in Jasper, the vote to be able to sell alcohol, 404 yes votes, 176 no votes.

 

Other Election News From Tuesday Night

In the congressional race for the new 23rd district, Democrat Max Della Pia conceded last night, to Nick Langworthy.  Della Pia said he wanted to thank all the voters who trusted him with their vote, and the volunteers and family who have been with me on this ride.  Della Pia says while he regrets not being able to serve you in Congress, he says the effort to run was worth it.

Senator George Borrello won last night, getting 79,821 votes, his Cattaraugus county democrat opponent Daniel Brown, got 29,052 votes.  Senator Tom O’Mara won unopposed, getting 88,702 votes.   Assemblyman Phil Palmesano won unopposed, receiving 39,211 votes.  Assemblywoman Majorie Byrnes won, getting 36,094 votes, her democrat opponent Sara Spezaano 17,230 votes.  Assemblyman Phil Palmesano won unopposed, receiving 39,211 votes.  In the Town of Bath, Robert  Plaskov wins the Bath Town Justice race, getting 3,337 votes.   In the Town of Bradford, Jo Miller won the Town Justice race, receiving 181 votes.  There were 5 write in’s. 

FCC File

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