New York candidates spar over special election for Chris Collins seat


Candidates in the April 28 special election to fill the New York congressional seat vacated by Chris Collins are already worried they will be pushed out.

The Republican resigned Oct. 1 after pleading guilty to insider trading charges.

The likely date announced by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is also the primary day for the presidential election in New York, which will guarantee a high Democrat turnout in a district that President Trump won with nearly 60% of the vote in the last presidential election.

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