Last congressional race settled, Republicans pick up a seat
In the final House seat to be decided, Republican Claudia Tenney picked up a seat that she had previously held
In the final House seat to be settled in the 2020 election, former Republican Representative Claudia Tenney was declared the winner over Democrat Anthony Brindisi, reclaiming a seat she previously held in upstate New York.
The decision came, according to the Associated Press, after a judge reviewed the disputed ballots.
Tenney lost the seat to Brindisi in 2018, and campaigned in 2020 based on her ties to former President Trump.