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It’s been almost two weeks since the election and control of the State Senate is still up in the air.  With Simcha Felder choosing to caucus with the GOP, it’s now tied at 31-31 with one race to close to call.  I suspect we won’t know who is running the show until the legislature returns for start of sessions in January at the earliest.

2 Responses to “Control of the State Senate”

  1. NY Senate Still Undecided | Shall Not Be Questioned Says:

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  2. Chas Says:

    “It’s been almost two weeks since the election and control of the State Senate is still up in the air.”

    That’s because New Yorkers are so well educated that they have to take their shoes off and use their toes to count the ballots – it does slow down the process.

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