2 New York Primaries Depend on Absentees for GOP Lawmakers in Favor of Gay Marriage

Two Republican state senators who provided pivotal votes to legalize same-sex marriage last year fought opponents to a standstill in primary races so close that they will be decided only after absentee ballots are counted.
September 14, 2012

Two Republican state senators who provided pivotal votes to legalize same-sex marriage last year fought opponents to a standstill in primary races so close that they will be decided only after absentee ballots are counted.

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