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Absentee ballots may decide some races

TRI-COUNTY AREA-Residents from throughout the area voted in primary elections Tuesday, Sept. 12.
In Yates County, the legislator race for district one had five candidates running for four positions. Edward A. Bronson (238 votes), Douglas Paddock (236), Timothy P. Cutler (222) and Elden Morrison (149) had the most votes in unofficial results. Patrick Killen received 137 votes.
District two for Yates County saw four running for three spots. Timothy J. Dennis (135), Richard L. Willson (130) and Terry L. Button (102) were the top three in preliminary results. James E. Smith had 98 votes.
In District three, there were four open spots with five candidates. Leslie Church (157), Carlie Chilson (148), P. Earle Gleason (147) and Daniel W. Banach (143) had the highest vote totals according to the unofficial vote totals. 126 voted for Mark W. Morris.
Absentee ballots will be counted and added to the above totals. Official results are expected this week. With vote totals being so close, the final Republican candidates could change from the unofficial results.
In Schuyler County, Michele Marie Gee and Theresa A. Philbin were on the ballot for county clerk. Troy W. Eyer, Joe T. Sevier and Christopher W. Bason competed for two Tyrone council member positions.
In the unofficial vote total, Theresa Philbin had 300 votes to Michele Gee's 148 in the county clerk race. There were also two write-in votes.
Joe Sevier received the most votes in Tyrone with 103, while Troy Eyer had 89. Christopher Bason received 66.
For Steuben County, the GOP Surrogate Court Judge ballot position saw Patrick McAllister (2765) top Chauncey J. Watches (2509) in unofficial results. In Wayne, three were running for two councilman positions. Thomas A. Dunbar (53) and Michael Haff (34) had the most votes. Autumn M. Serdula received 29 votes. In Urbana, John Jack Merriam had 118 votes to Randy Robinson's 50 for town justice.





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