A bitter Democratic primary contest between two long-time opponents heated up this week in court as state Sen. Malcolm Smith (D-St. Albans) alleged that the challenger for his southeast Queens Senate seat, Cynthia Jenkins, included signatures of several dead people on her nominating papers.
Lawyers for both sides presented arguments on Tuesday in state Supreme Court before Judge John Dye. Celeste Morris, Smith
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