A contentious Republican primary is spilling over into the general election race in New York's 54th State Senate District.
Businessman Floyd Rayburn narrowly lost the Republican line to the town of Canandaigua's Supervisor PamHelming, who beat him out by 210 votes. But it's the four votes Rayburn received on the Reform Party's line that will keep him on the ballot. That and the raw feelings from the acrimonious republican primary.
"I would be lying to you if i said i wasn’t part of it," Rayburn said. "It was a filthy campaign."