1st C.D.: Altschuler concedes to Rep. Bishop (updated)

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Randy Altschuler casting a vote during the November

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Randy Altschuler casting a vote during the November elections at St. James Elementary School. (Nov. 2, 2010) (Credit: James Carbone)

Republican Randy Altschuler conceded to Rep. Tim Bishop Wednesday morning, ending the last unresolved Congressional race in the nation. Altschuler, a St. James businessman who poured $2.8 million of his own money into the race, congratulated Bishop (D-Southampton) and said he would not seek a full hand recount of the nearly 200,000 ballots cast. Altschuler trailed Bishop by at least 263 votes with...

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