Philip Pidot, a candidate for the Republican Primary for New York's 3rd Congressional District, first was told he did not have enough petition signatures, but after the ballot was printed, he was told he did have enough. So a Judge call ed for Special Republican Primary on Oct. 6.
The winner of the Oct. 6 Republican Special Primary between State Sen. Jack Martins (R-Old Westbury) and Philip Pidot, a Glen Cove Financial Analyst, will face Democrat Thomas Suozzi.
So Republican State Sen. Jack Martins the filed an “emergency appeal” to again try to move the General Election for the 3rd Congressional District to December in a move that would likely reduce the impact of the Presidential election on Nov. 8.
Today, at the conclusion of the Second Circuit argument in the 3rd Congressional District controversy, the Court ruled from the bench to reverse the preliminary injunction and directed dismissal of the case.
This will cancel the upcoming Special Republican 3rd CD Primary election.
So the November General election for the 3rd Congressional election contested will be between State Sen. Jack Martins (R-Old Westbury) facing Democrat Thomas Suozzi.
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