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December 10, 2012

Election chief still on hold

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Niagara Gazette — And if the full legislature doesn’t vote to appoint Smith by Dec. 19 — 30 days after the Democratic committee advanced its recommendation to the legislature clerk — then state law gives appointing power to Democratic legislators alone.

Soos, in a late Tuesday telephone interview, said he successfully appealed the labor department’s denial of unemployment benefits last week. The county didn’t send anyone to object at his Nov. 26 hearing before an administrative judge.

Tonawanda News editor Eric Duvall contributed to this report.

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