Gillibrand wins another term

Senate Seat in New York Goes to the Incumbent – and it’s “Not Even Close.”

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand wins another term in the Senate following a long election season contest and a challenge from Republican Wendy Long who put up a fight in her attempt to unseat the incumbent with an onslaught of campaign messages, ads and, finally, a complaint about the polls and election workers in her precinct where she says an inspector told her she had to vote “Down an entire line.”  Long, however, won’t be able to argue a 50% different in the voter’s choice was caused by problems at the polls. Gillibrand will now re-claim her seat with 4,117,290 votes in her favor to just 1,512,023 in the state voting for Long.

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