Judge moves congressional, State Senate primaries to August | WSKGWSKG

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VESTAL, NY (WSKG) -- The Steuben County judge overseeing the redrawing of New York's congressional and State Senate maps has ordered that primary elections for those races to be held in August.

The decision came two days after the state's highest court ordered the lower court to create new maps for congressional and State Senate districts, ruling that the old lines were improperly approved by the Democratic-controlled Legislature and drawn with partisan intent. 

The court left State Assembly districts intact.


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