Broome County Board of Elections Certifies 22nd Congressional Race

State Supreme Court Justice Scott DelConte on Monday decided to delay the results of the 22nd Congressional District.

Broome County followed the court rulings on challenged ballots from Broome and adjusted the results to match those rulings and then certified the Congressional race within Broome County.

To view a complete rundown of the race by election district or any race from the 2020 General Election is now available on the Election Data page as GE20.

The Broome County Board of Elections would like to wish everyone a happy and healthy New Years!

Celebrate smart, continue to social distance, and wear your mask!

Our office will close early on New Years Eve, Thursday, December 31st and be closed on Friday, January 1st in observance of New Years Day. We will reopen at 8am on Monday, January 4th.

The Broome County Office Building will continue to operate under the "Summer Hours" of 8am-5pm as part of the County's continuing COVID-19 Pandemic response until further notice.

It's been seven weeks since the November 3rd General Election and the race for the 22nd Congressional District is still unsettled at this time. There has been legal challenges since prior to Election Day and the race is in the hands of State Supreme Court Justice Scott Delconte.

The judge had ordered all 8 counties in the 22nd Congressional to recanvas ballots by December 21st and there remains hundreds of ballots counted and uncounted that are challenged and must be settled by the Court.

Justice Delconte put the case on hold for the holiday and it will reconvene on Monday, January 4th, which means the 22nd Congressional will be without Congressional representation for the beginning of the new year, once the new house is sworn in on January 1st, until the race is resolved through court ruling. © 2014-2020

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