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Election results: Casella tops Gardner

YATES COUNTY--The statewide general election was held Tuesday, Nov. 7, where residents voted for elected officials and weighed in on various ballot propositions.
The two highest profile decisions the vote settled in Yates County were the district attorney race and the ballot propositions in Barrington relating to alcohol.
In unofficial results, Todd Casella received 2,704 votes to incumbent Valerie Gardner's 2,435 for the district attorney position. While there are still absentee votes that need to be added to final totals, the two contestants issued statements after the vote totals were announced.
"What a night. I am truly humbled by the tremendous honor that the people of Yates County have bestowed on me by electing me as your new District Attorney," said Casella late Tuesday night. "Thank you to those who voted for me and to those who volunteered their time to help my campaign. A special thanks also goes out to my family for enduring a very challenging year to get us to this victory today. I couldn't have done it without them. I would also like to thank Valerie Gardner for her service as D.A. Serving in public office and running for election is not easy, and I commend her for her efforts. Now the hard work begins - and I won't let you down."
Gardner in part said, "Preliminary results are in and although there are still over 500 absentee ballots to be counted, it appears that my service to you as your district attorney will end Dec. 31. It has been my great honor and privilege to serve you and I am proud of the progress we have made in the last four years."
Residents in Barrington supported all the alcohol license categories: tavern (308 yes to 80 no), restaurant (327 yes to 62 no) and hotel (329 yes to 57 no). John Kuehn defeated Eileen Farnan 244 to 123 for the town supervisor position in the town.
For the Yates legislature, District 1 elected Douglas Paddock, Edward Bronson, Timothy Cutler and Elden Morrison. In District 3, voters chose Leslie Church, Carlie Chilson, P. Earle Gleason and Daniel Banach.
In Benton, Brian Murphy and Glenn Quackenbush were elected to the town council.
For the Milo town council, Gene Spanneut and James Harris were selected by voters.
Torrey saw the election of Colby Petersen and Grant Downs for the town council.
Matthew Davison defeated Sharon Pinckney for the Jerusalem town justice position.
All vote totals can be seen at: https://www.yatescounty.org/DocumentCenter/Home/View/1719.
In Steuben County, Patrick McAllister defeated Chauncey J. Watches, 11,051 to 6,723 in unofficial totals.
In the town of Urbana, Deanna Tompkins won the position of town clerk. John Jack Merriam was elected for town justice.
In the town of Wayne, E. David Bauer was selected as superintendent of highways.
The full Steuben results are available at https://www.steubencony.org/Files/Documents/boe/2017_general_election/Summary%20report.html
In Schuyler County, unofficial election results showed the following winners:
In District 2, Van A. Harp leads Joseph Campbell 313 to 312.
For the District 1 legislative seat, David Reed defeated John Van Soest.
James Howell won the seat for District 4 over Richard Ballard.
Tyrone saw Joe Sevier and Troy Eyer win the election for town council members.
Hector elected Jessica Rodgers, Liz Martin and Bob Barton as council members.
The town clerk/tax collector position for the town of Orange was won by Thomas Peer. The open council member position will be filled by Susan Allen, and the highway superintendent was selected as Jeremy Abbey.
In the town of Dix, Helen Teed defeated James McMahon for town clerk/tax collector.
Statewide, the constitutional convention proposition was voted down, the pension forfeiture reform received a yes vote, as did forest preserve land use.
The complete list of vote totals can be viewed at https://www.schuylercounty.us/DocumentCenter/View/5834.
Statewide, the constitutional convention proposition was voted down, the pension forfeiture reform received a yes vote, as did forest preserve land use.







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