NJ Senate President Won’t Concede to Republican Truck Driver: ’12,000 Ballots Recently Found in One County

New Jersey’s Senate President Sweeney says he is not conceding to the Republican truck driver who beat him in Tuesday’s election. 

We reported earlier on the truck driver in New Jersey who beat the Democrat President of the New Jersey state senate.  Durr only spent $6,000 on the race.

We also reported that Mr. Durr was the winner earlier today.

But now far-left Politico reports that Sweeney is not conceding:

New Jersey stateSenate President Steve Sweeney is not conceding in a race The Associated Press called for Edward Durr, a virtually unknown Republican challenger, on Thursday morning.

“The results from Tuesday’s election continue to come in, for instance there were 12,000 ballots recently found in one county,” Sweeney said in an email to POLITICO. “While I am currently trailing in the race, we want to make sure every vote is counted. Our voters deserve that, and we will wait for the final results.”

Sweeney, who as Senate president is the state’s second-most powerful elected official, was down more than 2,000 votes to Durr,a truck driver who says he spent less than $10,000 on the race.

Here we go again.