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April 14, 2009


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Tedisco needs a whole lot more than +170 out of Saratoga County to win, given the way things are going in other counties.

For example:

Columbia County is barely halfway through its count, and even with almost 50% of the ballots being challenged by Tedisco's legal team, these are going heavily to Murphy. Murphy picked up +68 votes in Columbia today alone.

And even if (very generously) 75% of the challenges are upheld in these various counties, that 25% would unleash a huge wave of added votes for Murphy, because overwhelmingly the challenge pool represents ballots profiled by Tedisco as likely Murphy voters.

I don't think Tedisco has a prayer, frankly.

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