BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - It's been a heated race since day one, the race for the governor's mansion.
Tuesday, voters have the final say in the Paladino, Cuomo showdown.
It call comes down to Tuesday.
Carl Paladino left his polling place just before noon, Tuesday. He spent some time at his polling place, shaking hands with voters and thanking election workers.
When casting his ballot, Paladino ignored the throng of cameras. Media from across the state came to the south Buffalo church, to talk to the man that wants to be governor.
Carl spoke to voters after he voted, and says he is still confident he'll win, despite being behind in the polls as many as 20 points.
He acknowledged his campaign had few mistakes along the way, but says he was honest throughout the campaign.
Paladino said, "You see, any of my missteps were just me, just being human. I don't know who could not misstep in an election process like that. Can I say I would have done those things differently? Well, of course, if I used the wrong choice of words or when I was in a situation or whatever, yeah I regret 'em. I would have done things differently. I'm just human. This is the first time I've ever done this, and the last time."
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State Police need your help finding the pickup truck driver who pinned a mother against her vehicle as she was loading her baby and young son into it and then fled the scene.
A house became engulfed in flames on Route 243, in Rushford, early Wednesday morning.
The Thruway Authority is asking drivers to avoid I-90 between the Hamburg and Dunkirk exits. Motorists are asked to avoid the area because of traffic and visibility.
Lakes will remain active on and off through the weekend.
One third of Canadians receive their mail straight to their door but that will soon be changing. Canada Post will phase out their door-to-door delivery over the next five years.