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Republican candidate in Nassau executive race says Election Day results need to be reviewed

Former Senator Jack Martins has not conceded after Democratic opponent declared victory

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WESTBURY — It was a very quiet night at headquarters of Republican county executive candidate Jack Martins, who has not conceded since Democratic opponent Laura Curran declared victory in the race in the night of Election Day.

Martins said the results need to be reviewed.

"I am reviewing them. I am going to review them. You know, we had those results come in pretty quickly at the end of the night. Unfortunately they didn't come in, you know, at a certain pace. And so what was a 53-47 advantage turned around and I’d like to go back and take a look at where those number came in," Martins said.

Martins campaigned for months and ran on a platform of ethics reform, tackling the heroin problem and getting rid of the MS-13 gang from the county.

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