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Still Counting N.Y. Congressional Race Results

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Still Counting N.Y. Congressional Race Results

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Still Counting N.Y. Congressional Race Results

Still Counting N.Y. Congressional Race Results

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The candidates in a New York congressional election say they know the race isn't over. With all precincts in the 20th Congressional District reporting, Democrat Scott Murphy leads Republican Jim Tedisco by just 65 votes out of more than 154,000 cast. The two are vying to replace Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand, who was appointed to the U.S. Senate to succeed Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Brain Mann reports for North Country Public Radio.