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NEW YORK NOW

Primary Day Analysis

  • Aired: 09/14/2012
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
Our reporters analyze the outcome of Primary Day in New York. Senator Steve Saland from Poughkeepsie and Senator Roy McDonald from the Saratoga/Troy area, two Republican members of the state senate who voted ‘Yes’ on same sex marriage, are in tight races that will be decided by absentee ballots. Also, we have the latest on JCOPE's investigation into the state assembly's sexual harassment scandal.
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Primary Day analysis including two races that will be decided by absentee ballots.
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