While state Rep. Chris Caruso decides whether to appeal a Superior Court Judge’s decision last week to uphold the results of the Sept. 11 mayoral primary, the city will get its voting machines back, according to Caruso’s campaign spokesman Tom Kelly.

Kelly said Monday afternoon that the court retained the memory cards, ballots, and tally sheets used in the primary, even though it decided to give the city back their machines.

Kelly said he can “neither confirm or deny”, whether Caruso is planning on appealing the court’s decision last week upholding the results of the primary.

The Secretary of State’s office said it would send out a response to the court’s decision, but as of 6:15 p.m. they had not.