(WSYR-TV) — A new poll published by Siena College and Syracuse.com on Thursday shows Representative Anthony Brindisi with a 9-point lead … Republican challenger Claudia Tenney leads Democratic incumbent Rep. Anthony Brindisi (D-Utica) by 12 votes in a district with over 147,000 registered voters. RealClearPolitics - Election 2020 - New York 22nd District - Tenney vs. Brindisi An argument in Claudia Tenney's bid to regain the Congressional seat she lost in 2018 has been to challenge U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi's bipartisan record. Claudia Tenney, right, has seen her 28,000-vote election night lead over Representative Anthony Brindisi, left, all but disappear after a mail-in ballot count. Republican Claudia Tenney, who was unseated by Democrat Anthony Brindisi in 2018, had been ahead by 28,422 votes on Election Day. The ruling marked a setback for Republican candidate Claudia Tenney, who held a razor-thin lead of just 12 votes over incumbent Democratic Rep. Anthony Brindisi in the district’s unofficial count. The Trump campaign released a poll Friday that shows voters in first-term Democratic Rep. Anthony Brindisi’s upstate district oppose impeaching the president. In a rematch of a neck-and-neck race in 2018, Representative Anthony Brindisi, the incumbent Democrat, aims fend off a challenge from Claudia Tenney, the … While the final result of the election is still unknown due to legal challenges, Tenney has turned a 9-point deficit in polls into one of the tightest congressional races in the country. ALBANY — It’s not over, till it’s over. Claudia Tenney leads Anthony Brindisi in race for 22nd Congressional District Your Local Election HQ Posted: Nov 4, 2020 / 12:04 AM EST / Updated: Nov 4, 2020 / 04:13 PM EST After trailing in the polls by over 28,000 votes on election night, upstate Democratic Rep. Anthony Brindisi claimed victory Wednesday in the 22nd district over his Republican challenger — celebrating a slim 13-vote lead. With public polls showing Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee, ... Anthony Brindisi in New York, Xochitl Torres Small in New Mexico and Collin Peterson in Minnesota.