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State board of elections figures  show two Adirondack land swap ballot proposals passing by handy margins, though the NYCO minerals project in Essex County appeared significantly closer. The land swap that would allow mining on roughly 200...
UPDATE:  8:55:  Okay, folks, that’ll do it for the In Box live blog for tonight.  After this, as actual NY numbers start coming in, we’ll be using the micro-blog on the front page of NCPR.org.  You can still feel free...
Tuesday is election day. One of the more heated races in the North Country has been the district attorney race in St. Lawrence County. Republican challenger Mary Rain has aggressively attacked Duvé, the incumbent Dem, criticizing her for a...
This morning, in my conversation with Martha Foley, I reported that the Township 40 land deal in the Adirondack hamlet of Racquette Lake is relatively uncontroversial, compared with the NYCO minerals deal in Lewis. Both issues will be on the...

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Election Day is Tuesday, November 5

NCPR will be reporting results as they come in. Polls close at 9 pm. There are six propositions on today's ballot. We have been reporting on Prop 1, which would expand casino gaming in New York, on Prop 4, which would settle land titles in Raquette Lake, on Prop 5, which calls for a land swap in the Forest Preserve, and Prop 6, which would raise the retirement age of some judges in New York to age 80.

In addition, NCPR has been following the St. Lawrence County DA race, mayoral races in Canton and Plattsgurgh, and the races for City Council seats in Watertown.