Image by AD Simko/WNYNewsNow.MAYVILLE — Returned absentee and affidavit ballots from the June 23 primary elections will be counted and added to election night totals this week.Election Commissioners Norman Green and Brian Abram report 5,431 Democratic Presidential Primary absentees were mailed out and 4,276 have been returned, with an additional forty-four affidavit ballots.Election Day returns found 1,351 voters had ballots scanned at the polls. A percentage total of 23 percent of Democrats voted and of that total, 75 percent of all Democrats voting cast their ballots from home. Democratic absentee/affidavit ballots were opened Wednesday following confirmation from the NYS Board of Elections that no voters transferred their voter registrations to another county. Once totaled, the votes will be certified and sent to the state to add to statewide and congressional district totals.A total of 341 Busti Town Republican absentees were mailed out and 268 have been returned, with an additional two affidavit ballots. Election Day returns found 278 voters had ballots scanned at the polls. A total of 25 percent of Republicans voted and, of that total, 49 percent of Busti Republicans cast ballots from home. Republican absentee/affidavit ballots will be opened at 9 a.m. Thursday, and a winner of the Busti Republican Town Council Primary will be determined. There were 19 Libertarian State Committee absentee ballots mailed out for a western New York 8th Judicial District run off to determine area leadership for the party. A total of eight ballots have been returned, with an additional two affidavit ballots. Libertarian absentee/affidavit ballots will be opened at 8:30 a.m. Thursday.“We will be counting about 5,300 absentee and affidavit ballots using our high speed absentee ballot counter this week for the primary,” said Abram. “Our paperwork will be completed for this election on Thursday.”“We received plenty of absentee counting practice earlier this month when we counted over 15,000 school election ballots for eleven county school districts. The remaining seven school districts hand counted,” added Green.Final totals will be available at the votechautauqua.com immediately following the tabulations. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
This week’s Bargain Buy of the Week is in Riverview where this house sold for $150,000, more than $100,000 under its estimated sales value.WITH an estimated sales value of up to $274,000 this renovator’s “delight” is a true bargain, selling yesterday for just $150,000.The three-bedroom, one-bathroom home at 7 McCosker Street, Riverview definitely needs a lot of love and attention, but for $150,000 you could easily give it the makeover it deserves.Sitting on a 665sq m block, you could have even chosen to bulldoze and rebuild, because even land is hard to find at this bargain price. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home5 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor5 hours agoBargain buy of the week in Riverview.With the median price of $245,000 for three-bedroom homes in Riverview and an average rental return of $280pw it would be hard to go wrong with this buy.Riverview is a suburb of the City of Ipswich, approximately 31km from the Brisbane CBD and with a population of 3,243.If a bargain buy in Riverview is appealing, then here are three properties that might be right for you:1. 23 Mitchell Street has a three-bedroom home for $237,000 sitting on 601sq m.2. 9/7 Ipswich Street is a two-bedroom townhouse asking for offers over $200,000.3. 20 Twidale Drive offers a three-bedroom, three carpark for $247,000.
Loading… Roger Federer produced one of the most stunning fightbacks of his career as he booked his spot in the semi-finals, saving seven match points to beat Tennys Sandgren in five sets.Advertisement Federer, the 20-time Grand Slam champion from Switzerland, was forced off court for treatment midway through the third set, moments after failing to break Sandgren from 0-40 down – a game in which he was handed an audible obscenity code violation.When given his warning he confronted a line judge and umpire Marijana Veljovic, visibly aggravated.The true reason for the 38-year-old’s frustration soon became clear when he trudged off court for a medical timeout. When he returned, his movement was clearly inhibited as Sandgren raced into a 2-1 lead.Sandgren – the 28-year-old tennis player called Tennys from Tennessee – got tight as he approached the finish line, hitting three unforced errors as Federer saved three match points on serve at 5-4 in the fourth set.Four more came and went for Sandgren in the breaker – in which he bizarrely took a knee to his calf from a sprinting ball kid at a change of ends – and world No. 3 Federer recovered from 6-3 down to level the match.He required more treatment, this time on court, at the end of the fourth set with his upper right thigh seemingly the problem area. Promoted Content7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoHere Are The Best Movies Since 1982 You Should Definitely SeeWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadePortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D GraffitiThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth? Read Also: Aussie Open: Nadal sacks emotional Kyrgios to hit QuarterfinalsUltimately it was to be Federer’s day, as it has been on so many occasions in the past, and he avoided the worst defeat, by ranking, during his 20 years at the Australian Open.It was the latest Houdini act from Federer – who was down 8-4 in a fifth set tiebreak against John Millman in the third round – and he will face either seven-time champion Novak Djokovic or big-serving Canadian Milos Raonic in his 15th semi-final in Melbourne.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 It was far from vintage Federer. He required a great deal of help from his American opponent, whose nerves got the better of him whenever he came close to securing the win, but he showed remarkable grit and determination to hang in there before winning 6-3 2-6 2-6 7-6 (10-8) 6-3 in little over three-and-a-half hours – all while struggling with injury.