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November election will include many contested races ADVERTISEMENT

November election will include many contested races

TRI-COUNTY AREA--Despite several one-candidate elections, voters in Yates, Schuyler and Steuben County still have plenty of contested local elections to sort through come November.
Three districts in the county legislature have contested elections, with five candidates vying for four seats in District 1, four candidates and three seats in District 2 and six candidates for four seats in District 3. District 1 consists of Italy, Jerusalem and Middlesex, District 2 encompasses Benton, Potter and Torrey and District 3 is Milo.
Along with voting for county positions, Benton, Jerusalem, Italy and Milo also have contested elections along with Barrington. Wayne and Urbana will see some contested elections while the village of Hammondsport will not. The county judge race highlights a number of contested elections in Schuyler.

Yates County
District 1 (Italy, Jerusalem, Middlesex) - two-year term (four seats open)
Edward A. Bronson - Republican, Conservative
Timothy P. Cutler - Republican, Conservative
Douglas Paddock - Republican, Conservative
K. Dixon Zorovich - Democratic
Patrick Killen - Republican

District 2 (Benton, Potter, Torrey) - two-term (three seats open)
Terry L. Button - Republican
Peggy Focarino - Democratic
Richard L. Wilson - Republican
Richard J. Harper - Republican

District 3 (Milo) - two-year term (four seats open)
Earle Gleason - Republican
Leslie Church - Republican
Daniel Banach - Republican
Carlie Chilson - Republican
Valerie Brechko - Democratic
Teresa Hoban - Democratic

Barrington
Town Council - four-year term (two seats open)
Calvin C. Crosby - Republican
Thomas J. Petro III - Republican, Barrington Renewal
Steven Brigham - Barrington Renewal

Benton
Town Council - four-year term (two seats open)
Alan D. Tomion - Republican
Richard J. Harper - Republican
Bill Roege - Democratic

Highway Superintendent - four-year term
Jayson Hoover - Republican
Steven Vaughan - Conservative

Italy
Town Council - four-year term (two seats open)
Debra Cook - Republican
Benjamin A. Dempsey - Republican
Malcolm MacKenzie - Vote MacKenzie

Jerusalem
Town Supervisor - two-year term
Jamie L. Sisson - Republican
K. Dixon Zorovich - Democratic

Milo
Town Council - four-year-term (two seats open)
Dale Hallings - Republican
Arden G. Sorenson Jr. - Republican
Valerie Valerie Brechko - Democratic
Mildred A. Phillips-Espana - Democratic

Steuben County (Observer coverage area)
Wayne
Town Supervisor - two-year term
Thomas A. Dunbar - Democratic, Republican
Steve Butchko - Our Town
Christopher Curry - Chris For Wayne

Town Clerk - two-year term
Mary Cornish Starkweather - Democrat, Conservative
William Mahr - Republican, Independence

Councilman - four-year term
Liz Kenyon - Democrat, Republican, Independence
Shona Freeman - Republican
Julie A. Haar - Home Sweet Home

Superintendent of Highways - two-year term
Gary E. Perz - Democratic
Douglas Howard - Republican

Urbana
Town Supervisor - four-year term
Bee Keck - Democratic
Edward P. Stull - Republican, Wise Owl

Councilman - four-year term (two openings)
Michele Foster - Democratic
David J. Luppino - Republican
Alzina L. Turner - Democratic
David Shaw - Republican
Schuyler County (Observer coverage area)

County Judge - ten-year term
Matthew C. Hayden - Democratic, WOR/Schuyler First, Sam
Steven J. Getman - Republican, Libertarian
Jessica M. Saks - Independent, About Justice
Daniel J. Fitzsimmons - Home Town Law

Legislator District 7 - four-year term
Paul J. Bartow - Democratic, Unity
Mark F. Rondinaro - Republican, Libertarian

Legislator District 8 - four-year term
Maggie Coffey - Democratic, Working 4 You
Gary L. Gray - Republican, Libertarian

Tyrone
Council Member - four-year term (two openings)
Thomas R. Allen - Democratic, Integrity
Norman G. Knight - Republican
Edward Perry, Sr. - Republican

Dix
Justice - four-year term
Brian T. Eslinger - Democratic, Fair & Balanced
Kristina A. Vondracek - Republican









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