Absentee ballots could change Nunda races
Lee Jennings appears to have advanced through his primary. But excuse him if he's holding off on the touchdown dance.
The Nunda Township supervisor candidate is one of the township's three unofficial winners in Tuesday's Republican primary who are separated from their opponents by a combined 23 votes. There's a slim chance those races could still flip.
Although no provisional ballots were cast, 40 absentee ballots have yet to come back in, County Clerk Katherine Schultz said.
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