(WSYR-TV) — No counting took place on Wednesday, but new information gathered shows that 22nd District Congressman Anthony Brindisi is now narrowly in the lead. While the final result of the election is still unknown due to legal challenges, Tenney has turned a 9-point deficit in polls into one of the tightest congressional races in the country. Trump tells Pence he can overturn the election tally results (Spoiler alert: nope) ... a Republican, had a 29-vote lead over the incumbent Democrat, U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi. In a rematch of a neck-and-neck race in 2018, Representative Anthony Brindisi, the incumbent Democrat, aims fend off a challenge from Claudia Tenney, the … Anthony Brindisi (D) * 2,689: ... Election results provided by the Associated Press. Since the polls closed Nov. 3, the 22nd Congressional District election between Rep. Anthony Brindisi and Claudia Tenney has been shrouded … Minus Oneida County, which has yet to complete its recanvass, the figures late Friday showed that Republican former Rep. Claudia Tenney increased her lead over Democratic Rep. Anthony Brindisi from 12 to 19 votes out of more than 325,000 cast. Republican challenger Claudia Tenney leads Democratic incumbent Rep. Anthony Brindisi (D-Utica) by 12 votes in a district with over 147,000 registered voters. Lawyers for Rep. Anthony Brindisi and Claudia Tenney began battling for more votes Monday in the month-old 22nd Congressional District election … Estimated vote counts are provided by the Associated Press and informed by … (WSYR-TV) — A hotly contested race in New York’s 22nd Congressional District between Incumbent Democrat Anthony Brindisi and Republican challenger Claudia Tenney could come down to a … There has been no update to the state of the race, with Republican Claudia Tenney leading Democrat Anthony Brindisi by 29 votes. Rep. Anthony Brindisi closed to within 300 votes of Claudia Tenney today in the 22nd Congressional District election, capping off a stunning comeback … The ruling marked a setback for Republican candidate Claudia Tenney, who held a razor-thin lead of just 12 votes over incumbent Democratic Rep. Anthony Brindisi in the district’s unofficial count.