Sev­eral town can­di­dates win un­con­tested elec­tions

Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) - - NATION+WORLD - By Wil­liam J. Kem­ble news@free­manon­

Vot­ers in six Ul­ster County towns elected un­op­posed can­di­dates on Tues­day.

• Har­den­burgh Town Jus­tice Thomas En­gel, a Repub­li­can, was re-elected with 61 votes. There also were two write-ins.

• Marl­bor­ough Town Jus­tice Michael Kraiza, a Repub­li­can, was re-elected with 2,700 votes. There also were 22 write-ins.

• Olive High­way Su­per­in­ten­dent Brian Burns was re-elected with 2,119 votes on the Demo­cratic, Repub­li­can and Con­ser­va­tive lines. There were 37 writein votes for other can­di­dates.

• Sauger­ties Town Jus­tice Clau­dia An­dreassen was re-elected with 6,280 votes on the Demo­cratic and In­de­pen­dence lines. There were 18 write-in votes for other can­di­dates.

• Shan­daken res­i­dents gave Janet Klugiewicz 855 votes on the Demo­cratic line to be­come town asses­sor. There were five writein votes.

• Shawan­gunk res­i­dents gave 3,371 votes on the Repub­li­can line to Joseph LoCicero to serve the fi­nal year of the high­way su­per­in­ten­dent’s term. There were 40 write-in votes for other can­di­dates.

In Dutchess County, elec­tion of­fi­cials said information was not im­me­di­ately avail­able about the sta­tus of the Pine Plains asses­sor elec­tion, for which there were no can­di­dates on the bal­lot. The win­ner will be who­ever gets the most write-in votes.

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