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The progressives (effin commies) are a little worried.
 

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oh, that pesky piece of paper... pffft, no problem. if wu wins you can bet they have an out.
 

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Since when did the führer care about the law? Willing to be if that scenario happened he would drag us through courts.
 

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4 day's and a wake up Andy Till krama gets you

 

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oh, that pesky piece of paper... pffft, no problem. if wu wins you can bet they have an out.
it's more complicated than that
New York has a number of Constitutions, including the First that has no provision for Amendment April 20, 1777, the state of New York
then there is the Constitution of the STATE of NEW YORK in 1894
 

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Suppose, for example, that the Democratic Party's Cuomo/Wu ticket receives 30 percent of the vote, the three minor parties backing the Cuomo/Hochul ticket receive a total of 30 percent of the vote, and the Republican candidate Rob Astorino receives a total of 40 percent of the vote. In this scenario, 60 percent of New York voters would have cast their ballot for Cuomo, but the two candidates who had "the highest number of votes cast jointly," would be Astorino and his running mate. Cuomo/Wu and Cuomo/Hochul would each count as entirely different tickets, even though both featured the same person at the top of the ticket.
Sounds like a great scenario...
 
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