One of the closest races in the Finger Lakes saw final results come out on Monday.
Steve Kelley, an unaffiliated candidate who received the endorsement of the Democratic Committee in Seneca Falls, collected 551 ballots in absentee counts. Republican Tom Ellis Sr. received 225.
The two were running to become one of the town justices in Seneca Falls.
Ellis held a 1,727 to 1,657 lead after early- and Election Day voting.
However, the lead evaporated as absentee ballots were counted in Seneca County.
Totals as follows:
Steve Kelley: 2,208
Tom Ellis Sr.: 1,952
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