Congressman Anthony Brindisi and his opponent Claudia Tenney said they've been busy out on the campaign trail in the final days of the 2020 election. Prior to the discovery of the new uncounted ballots, Tenney held a razor thin lead of a mere 12 votes. Former U.S. Rep. Claudia Tenney will get her rematch with U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi, D-Utica, this November. It is the only remaining House race in the country in … Anthony Brindisi inches closer to Claudia Tenney in the race for NY-22. Republican Claudia Tenney's campaign is disputing reports that she is now behind by 12 or 13 votes against her Democrat incumbent opponent Anthony Brindisi in an unbelievably tight House race in New York’s 22nd District. She was up 28,000 votes on election night in Chenango County against her opponent, Democratic Rep. Anthony Brindisi. Miraculously, another 55 ballots … Tenney's campaign said in a statement “today’s misleading and inaccurate tal Chenango County Attorney Alan … Anthony Brindisi, District 22. Unofficial results show Tenney with a lead of just 12 votes in the race. A state court on Monday began its review of at least 800 outstanding ballots challenged by either Democratic Rep. Anthony Brindisi or his Republican opponent, Claudia Tenney. Brindisi, an attorney and former assemblyman, narrowly defeated Republican incumbent and former Rep. Claudia Tenney, whose vociferous support for Trump and aggressive, right-wing political identity failed to carry her back to Washington. After a Democrat judge declared spoiled ballots unspoiled, Republican Claudia Tenney in the 22nd NY Congressional District won with a 12-vote lead. 55 uncounted ballots from Chenango County have been found in the NY district 22 house race between Democrat incumbent Anthony Brindisi and his Republican opponent Claudia Tenney. A state court on Monday began its review of at least 800 outstanding ballots challenged by either Democratic Rep. Anthony Brindisi or his Republican opponent, Claudia Tenney. ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A judge in upstate New York on Monday was reviewing 2,500 challenged ballots that could determine the winner of the nation’s last undecided U.S. House race. The disclosure came during a hearing to determine next steps in the effort to declare a winner in the race between the incumbent Democratic Rep. Anthony Brindisi and Republican opponent Claudia Tenney. The disclosure came during a hearing to determine next steps in the effort to declare a winner in the race between the incumbent Democratic Rep. Anthony Brindisi and Republican opponent Claudia Tenney. Unofficial results show Tenney with a lead of just 12 votes in the race. Rep. Anthony Brindisi… But Democrats note that Rep. Anthony Brindisi has already defeated his GOP opponent, former Rep. Claudia Tenney, once, and he had an established brand as a state lawmaker before coming to Congress. As early voting polling sites officially closed on Sunday, both candidates made their final appearances and phone calls to voters. The district is now without a representative until the counting has concluded.