Health care worker to chal­lenge Ter­ra­nova in clerk’s race

The Buffalo News - - LOCAL NEWS - – Jane Kwiatkowski Radlich

A Repub­li­can pri­mary for Lan­caster town clerk could be the next hur­dle for in­cum­bent Diane M. Ter­ra­nova, a reg­is­tered Demo­crat who re­ceived the en­dorse­ment of the Lan­caster Repub­li­can Com­mit­tee.

Ter­ra­nova, 61, was snubbed by town Democrats, who en­dorsed Cynthia A. Ma­ciejew­ski, 49, a clerk in the Lan­caster Building and Zon­ing Depart­ment.

But now an­other can­di­date, Repub­li­can Anne V. Deside­rio, is be­ing touted as the only reg­is­tered Repub­li­can who de­clared her can­di­dacy for Lan­caster town clerk. Deside­rio, 54, is a patient-ac­cess rep­re­sen­ta­tive work­ing in the health care in­dus­try.

Lan­caster his­tor­i­cally has been a Demo­cratic town, with Repub­li­can-reg­is­tered vot­ers steadily in­creas­ing since the ‘80s.

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