It’s beyond too late to reprint ballots in those counties of the 23rd using new paper ballot scanning machines (8 of 11), but the lever machines in Clinton, Essex, and part of Oneida counties could presumably be retooled, albeit at great cost, in time for the election. In any event, they won’t be: state law doesn’t so require.
So the question remains what effect if any Dede’s continued presence on the ballot will have. We should assume that upwards of 10% of voters — her die-hard supporters — may still vote for her, out of protest (she was, until recently, incredibly popular). That leaves 10% to swing to either Owens or Hoffman. But do we expect Dede’s residual voter base to reflect her principles and vote for Owens, the remaining candidate closest to her in ideology, or would pulling a lever (or signing a ballot) for a Democrat be too much of a mental shift?