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Cook wins Yates County Judge race

FINGER LAKES-With Republican Donald Trump beating Democrat Hillary Clinton for president 5,180-3,219 in Yates County on Tuesday, the GOP came out on top all but one contested race in the county, according to unofficial results.
In a heated race, Jason Cook won the county judge position with 4,284 votes, or 48 percent of the total. Matthew Conlon received 2,907 votes, or 32 percent, and candidate Valerie Gardner received 1,782 votes, or 20 percent.
In county voting for state Supreme Court 7th Judicial District justice, Republican Charles Schiano Jr. came out ahead with 5,368 votes, or 67 percent. Democrat Tonia Ettinger received 2,423 votes, or 30 percent, and Working Families candidate Mimi Satter received 249 votes, or 3 percent. Schiano ultimately won the race in districtwide voting.
State Sen. Tom O'Mara, a Republican, beat back a challenge by Democrat Leslie Danks Burke 5,634-2,909 in the county, or 66 percent to 34 percent, and also prevailed to be re-elected to the 58th state Senate District.
Republican Tom Reed easily beat Democratic challenger John Plumb in the county, 5,559-3,023, or 65 percent to 35 percent, and also came out ahead to win re-election to represent the 23rd Congressional District.
The exception to Republican victories in the county was incumbent Democrat Charles Schumer beating Republican Wendy Long, 4,638-3,906, or 53 percent to 45 percent. Schumer prevailed statewide in the U.S. Senate race.
Republican Donald Trump beat Democrat Hillary Clinton for president 4,689-2,761 in Schuyler County Tuesday, and the GOP came out on top in every contested race in the county, except for one in the Town of Dix, according to unofficial results.
Republican Wendy Long pulled ahead of incumbent Democrat Charles Schumer in the county, 3,734-3,680, or 49 percent to 48 percent, although Schumer ultimately prevailed statewide in the U.S. Senate race.
Republican Tom Reed easily beat Democratic challenger John Plumb in the county, 4,822-2,930, or 62 percent to 38 percent, and also came out ahead to win re-election to represent the 23rd Congressional District.
State Sen. Tom O'Mara, a Republican, beat a challenge by Democrat Leslie Danks Burke 4,731-3,058 in the county, or 61 percent to 39 percent, and also prevailed to be re-elected to the 58th state Senate District.
In the race for a three-year unexpired term on the Dix town board, Democrat Dominick Smith beat Republican Gerald Purvis, 782-666, or 54 percent to 46 percent.
In the race for a one-year unexpired term on the Hector town board, Republican John White beat Democrat Robert Barton, 1,195-1,021, or 54 percent to 46 percent.
Winning a three-year unexpired term on the Orange town board was Republican Minard Lafever, who received 345 votes to 189 votes for Democrat Bernard Baker, or 64 percent to 35 percent.
Voters overwhelmingly passed a proposition Tuesday in the Town of Urbana, according to unofficial results from the Steuben County Board of Elections.
A total of 739 votes were cast on the proposition to authorize adding $2,000 to the library account, to be raised by taxes, making the total $69,000. It passed 515-224, or by 70 percent, according to unofficial results.
Some totals in this story don't add up to 100 percent because of rounding or write-in votes that were included in the total.








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