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Morning Roundup: Wednesday, Nov. 3

Good morning.

It's sunny today, with a near 50. The National Weather Service forecast calls for showers Thursday morning.

Here's a look at a few of the latest headlines:

- The election is over, but expect more political fallout today. A tight race in the 60th State Senate district between Democratic State Sen. Antoine M. Thompson and Republican Mark J. Grisanti has left the candidates waiting for final results.

Erie County Republican Chairman Nicholas A. Langworthy told News Political Reporter Robert J. McCarthy early this morning that he's "optimistic" about the race.

Check out the results across Western New York here. Voters ushered in Andrew M. Cuomo, approved downsizing the Erie County Legislature and the Amherst Town Board and choose Kennedy over Quinn.

- A company that provides game-day security for the Buffalo Bills games at Ralph Wilson Stadium has been fined by the state, News Staff Reporter Gene Warner reports.

- Homes sales plunged again in September to their lowest levels for the month in a decade, News Business Reporter Jonathan D. Epstein reports.

For more on what's happening today, visit Good Morning, Buffalo.

--Denise Jewell Gee

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