A handful of unopposed races saw Republicans Jean Raymond (Town Supervisor 286), Denise Ferguson (Town Clerk - 288), Wayne Seelow (Highway Superintendent 278), Faye Frasier (Tax Collector - 283), and Town Council candidates Toby Edwards (272) and Janet Johansson
(260) all winning. Galway
Republicans Alison Thomas-Oravsky (Town Justice - 451) and Town Council candidates James Arnold, Jr. (420) Joanne Peregrim-Grant (412) all ran unopposed.
Republican Daniel Pemrick ran unopposed for Town Supervisor, collecting 768 votes; Republican Louise Okoniewski ran unopposed for Town Clerk, garnering 814 votes; and Republicans Mary Ann Johnson (785) and Ty Stacey (761) were unopposed in race for Town Council.
Republicans won five uncontested races with Arthur Wright (187) for
Town Supervisor, Pauline Smead (185) for Town Clerk, Robert Haak, Sr. (185) for Town Justice, Katherine Austin (185) for Tax Collector and Colleen DeMarsh (178) and Charles Ovitt, Jr. (175) for Town Council. Malta In a contested race for two Town Council seats, Republicans Timothy Dunn (1,946 votes) and Craig Warner (1,712) were the apparent winners, with Democrat Matthew Coldrick (1,539) placing third.
Republicans captured the other four uncontested races with Darren O’Connor (2,301) for Town Supervisor, Jennifer Holmes-Golden (2,296), Roger Crandall (2,311) for Highway Superintendent, and Candace Schmidt (2,282) for Tax Collector winning.
Democrat Thomas Richardson (441 votes) ran unopposed for Town Supervisor, while Republican Mark Seber (472) ran unopposed for Accounts Commissioner.
Democrat Benny Zlotnick, Jr. was the apparent winner in the race for Town Supervisor, defeating Scott Ostrander, 2,0581,826. Democrats appeared to sweep the two Town Council seats as well, with Barbara Kerr (2,089) and Ryan Isachsen (1,938) placing ahead of Antonio Bianchi (1,745) and Megan Soden (1,720).
Republicans Brenda Howe (Town Clerk - 2,851), David Forbes (Highway Superintendent - 2,999) and Lisa Wanits (Tax Collector - 2,940) all ran unopposed.
Democrat John Donohue was the apparent winner of one of two Town Council seats with 1,283 votes, with Republican
Gina LeClair (1,268) placing second. Republican Alan VanTassel (1,078) was third. Republican Theodore Kusnierz, Jr. (Town Supervisor - 1,592); Democrat/Republican Jeffrey McCabe (Town Justice - 2,002), and Elizabeth Barcomb (Library Trustee - 864) and Reed Antis (Library Trustee - 830) all ran unopposed.
Republicans Willard Peck (Town Supervisor 481 votes), Denise Murphy (Town Clerk - 494), James Evans (Town Justice 463), Richard Coffinger II (Highway Superintendent - 471), and Patricia Bryant (Town Council - 454) and John DeLisle (Town Council - 446) were all unopposed.
Republicans Susan Wemple (Town Clerk - 217 votes), William Hartman (Town Council Remainder of Term - 171), and Ann
Morris (Town Council Full Term - 168) and Christine DeCristofaro (Town Council Full Term - 166) were unopposed.
Republicans were the apparent winners in the race for two Town Council seats, with Gary Squires (561) and Ruth Drumm (541) placing ahead of Democrats James Sullivan (399) and Bryan Drew (387). Republicans also won unopposed races for Town Supervisor (Thomas Wood III - 766 votes), Town Clerk (Linda McCabe - 780), Highway Superintendent (Donald Ormsby, Jr. - 780 votes) and Tax Collector (Margaret Kirkpatrick - 788).
Democrat Charles Sherman Jr. was unopposed for Town Justice, collecting 878 votes.
Republican Ellen Vomacka (977 votes) and Democrat Valerie Masterson
(751) were the apparent winners for the two Town Council seats, with Republican Lisa Bruno (739) and Democrat Jimel Williams (689) in third and fourth, respectively. Republican Joseph Waldron, meanwhile, was unopposed for Town Justice, collecting 1,347 votes.
Village of Stillwater
In unopposed races, Judith Wood-Shaw received 232 votes for Mayor and John Basile (209 votes) and Patrick Nelson (136) earned the two Trustee seats.
Republicans won four unopposed races in Town Supervisor (John Lawler - 850 votes), Town Clerk (Mary Shannon Carrigan 872), Town Justice (Nancy Sunukjian - 854) and Town Council (David Ball - 859; Francis McClement - 840).
All voting results are considered unofficial at this point.