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Member, District 98New York State Assembly — Reform PartySeptember 13, 2016New York State & Local Primary Election

September 13, 2016New York State & Local Primary Election

New York State AssemblyMember, District 98 — Reform Party

An opportunity to ballot (OTB) petition was filed in this district.

Voters can either vote for the listed candidate or write in the name of an alternative candidate.

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Assembly members are elected to two-year terms. They draft and vote upon legislative proposals and constitutional amendments, as well as approve the state budget.
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An opportunity to ballot (OTB) petition was filed in this district.

Voters can either vote for the listed candidate or write in the name of an alternative candidate.

An Opportunity-to-Ballot (OTB) petition was filed for this contest. In the state of New York, if fewer than two candidates file petitions for a party's primary in a particular contest, then that party will not hold a primary unless an OTB petition is filed. An OTB petition forces a primary, allowing voters to write in the name of any candidate of their choosing. The candidate who receives the most votes will move on to the general election.

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