Monroe County Legislature races too close to officially call, but Republicans look to be keeping majority
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — The Monroe County Legislature races are still too close to officially call Tuesday night.
The Legislature is currently dominated by Republicans. As of Tuesday night, it looks like it will be 16 Republicans and 13 Democrats — a gain of one seat for Republicans. Those results are unofficial.
In LD 13, the incumbent Mike Yudelson is losing.— Berkeley Brean (@whec_bbrean) November 3, 2021
In LD 16 the legislature president, Joe Carbone, is losing. In LD 26, the legislature minority leader, Yversha Roman, is losing. @news10nbc
Twenty-two seats were up for re-election this year: From the 3rd Legislative District through the 20th, and from the 24th Legislative District through the 27th.
If you’re not sure who your County Legislator is, you can click here and enter your information to find out what district you live in.
As of 7 p.m. on Tuesday, out of the 12,680 absentee ballots sent out, 6,951, or 54.8%, were returned.
Click here to see the results as they come in.