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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Adriano Espaillat
Rep. Charles B. Rangel's Democratic primary challenger conceded on Monday, almost two weeks after a closely contested race in New York City that included allegations of polling-place improprieties and even voter suppression.
Two veteran congressmen, New York's Rep. Charles Rangel and Utah's Sen. Orrin Hatch, headed to victory Tuesday after early returns showed them staving off primary challenges from younger rivals.
The parties had been due back in court Wednesday, but Mr. Espaillat said his lawyers will drop the court action.
Mr. Espaillat said he continued to be concerned about the voting process and the operations of the Board of Elections, and that he would be cooperating with advocate groups that are looking into those issues.