Congress 3: Philip Pidot Suffers Setback In Bid To Get On Congress Ballot

In Newsday, Rick Brand reports that “would-be Republican congressional candidate Philip Pidot suffered another loss Wednesday in his bid to be on the June 28 GOP primary ballot against State Sen. Jack Martins in the Third District.

State Supreme Court Justice John A. McAdams dismissed Pidot’s effort to get back on the ballot after the state Board of Elections ruled he was 16 petition signatures short of the 1,250 minimum needed.

Pidot backers say the dismissal was based on technical grounds that Pidot did not property transfer documents from Albany to Mineola.”

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