Tedisco throws in the towel.
The NY-20 special election is now officially over, with Democrat Scott Murphy the winner.
GOP candidate Jim Tedisco, who trailed by 401 votes as of yesterday's vote count, has called Murphy to concede, according to Murphy spokesman Ryan Rudominer. (The latest vote count puts Murphy ahead by 399 votes.)
Murphy takes over in the seat from its previous Democratic occupant, Kirsten Gillibrand, whose appointment to the United States Senate set up the special election for this marginal district.
Only one Sore Loserman left. Unfortunately, he's dragging that out as much as possible.