Youngs is apparent winner in Madison County judge race

WAMPSVILLE, NY (WSYR-TV) — Rhonda Youngs is the apparent winner in the race for Madison County Court Judge, based on vote totals provided to NewsChannel 9 by the Madison County Board of Elections.

With write-in ballots counted in half of the county’s election districts, Rhonda Youngs’ name was written-in on more ballots than votes cast for Bradley Moses.

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At the end of the week, Youngs had 7,237 votes. Moses had 5,855 votes at the end of Election Day.

9,918 uncounted write-ins will be counted next week, but are expected to favor Youngs.

Moses was the only candidate running, with his name being the only one printed on the ballot, until he lost his job as a prosecutor after overdosing on drugs.

The incident inspired Rhonda Youngs to actively campaign as a write-in candidate.

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