New York State Appellate Court Second Judicial Department ruled in favor of Assembly candidate Moshe Tischler and ordered that the NYC Board of Elections remove Dov Hikind from the Conservative ballot line for November’s General Election. Assemblyman Hikind is running for reelection in the 48th assembly district in Brooklyn. In a unanimous ruling, the four judge panel wrote “The Board of elections in the city of New Yorkis ordered to remove the name of Dov Hikind from the appropriate ballot.”
Mr. Hikind was found by the court to have insufficient valid signatures necessary by law to make the ballot line.
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