Westchester?s closest political race is back in court

Westchester closest political race is back in court, as the Democratic challenger for Irvington mayor pushes for an appellate court to rehear the case.

It?s four months after Election Day and a winner for mayor in Irvington has yet to be named. The race between Republican incumbent Dennis Flood and Democratic challenger Erin Malloy is in a dead heat. There was one disputed ballot, but the Supreme Court?s Appellate Division ruled the extra vote couldn?t be counted.

Now, Malloy is pushing for the appellate court to rehear the case. The disputed ballot is in Malloy?s favor and would make her the winner.

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