ULSTER COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY: Michael Kavanagh, David Clegg separated by 3 votes ULSTER COUNTY LEGISLATURE: Democrats clinging to majority
KINGSTON, N.Y. — If vote results reported midday Wednesday hold, the Ulster County Legislature will st...y in Democratic control — barely.
ULSTER COUNTY: Ryan coasts to re-election in executive race KINGSTON, N.Y. — Democratic incumbent Pat Ryan on Tuesday coasted to election to his first full term as county executive, handily defeating county Conservative Party Chairman Jack Hayes for the second time this year.
ULSTER COUNTY COMPTROLLER: Democrat Gallagher apparent winner over Cutten KINGSTON, N.Y. — Democrat March Gallagher is the apparent winner in the race to become Ulster County's second elected comptroller.
ULSTER COUNTY JUDGE: Unopposed, Bryan Rounds will succeed County Judge Donald A. Williams KINGSTON, N.Y. — Democrat Bryan Rounds will take the Ulster County Court bench on Jan. 1, 2020, after coasting to victory in an uncontested election.
KINGSTON MAYOR: Noble holds off challengers to win second term KINGSTON, N.Y. — Mayor Steve Noble bested two challengers Tuesday to win another four-year term as the city’s chief executive, according to unofficial results from the Ulster County Board of Elections.
KINGSTON COMMON COUNCIL: Democrats keep grip KINGSTON, N.Y. — The Kingston Common Council will remain in Democratic control for the next two years, with eight of the nine seats again being won by members of the party and the ninth being won by a nonenrolled voter who caucuses with them.
DENNING: Incumbent Republicans keep seats on Town Board DENNING, N.Y. — Two incumbent Republicans were returned to seats on the Town Board, defeating a Democratic newcomer for new four-year terms starting Jan. 1, 2020.
ELLENVILLE: Two trustees re-elected; mayor wins unopposed ELLENVILLE, N.Y — Two village trustees have been re-elected, according to unofficial results from the Ulster County Board of Elections.
ESOPUS: Incumbent, newcomer win Town Board seats ESOPUS, N.Y. — Voters in the town of Esopus returned an incumbent to the Town Board and chose a political newcomer to join him in serving a four-year term, according to unofficial election results Tuesday.
GARDINER: Voters approve $45,846 hike in library budget GARDINER, N.Y. — Town voters on Tuesday to set the Gardiner Library budget at $275,076, an increase of $45,846, or 20 percent.
HARDENBURGH: Supervisor re-elected in uncontested race HARDENBURGH, N.Y. — Town Supervisor Jerry Fairbairn was re-elected, unopposed, with 32 votes on Tuesday.
HURLEY: Perry remains Supervisor; McKnight, Humphries win Board seats HURLEY, N.Y. — Incumbent John Perry defeated challenger Tracy Kellogg in the race for Town Supervisor.
TOWN OF KINGSTON: Supervisor Paul Landi, three Town Board candidates win uncontested races TOWN OF KINGSTON, N.Y. — Supervisor Paul Landi won his sixth two-year term on Tuesday in an uncontested race.
LLOYD: Democrat Pizzuto wins supervisor race TOWN OF LLOYD, N.Y. — Democrat Fred Pizzuto defeated his Republican opponent for town supervisor in Tuesday's election, according to unofficial results from the Ulster County Board of Elections.
MARBLETOWN: Parete wins re-election by narrow margin MARBLETOWN, N.Y. — Town Supervisor Richard Parete narrowly secured a second two-year term, fending off a challenge by former Councilman Doug Adams, while a contest for two seats on the Town Board appeared to go to two newcomers, according to unofficial election results Tuesday.
MARLBOROUGH: Democrat Lanzetta remains Supervisor, Republicans take other races MARLBOROUGH, N.Y. — Incumbent Supervisor Al Lanzetta, running on the Democrat, Conservative, Independence, and Working Families line, retained the position in a 1,194-881 win over Republican candidate Russell DeSantis.
NEW PALTZ: Town Justice James Bacon defeats challenger NEW PALTZ, N.Y. — Town Justice James Bacon, a Democrat, won another term Tuesday with 2,434 votes to 610 for challenger Kevin Kelly, who ran on the Working Families and Green party lines.
OLIVE: Sofranko defeats Blakely in Supervisor race OLIVE, N.Y. — The race for Town Supervisor was won by Democratic Councilman Jim Sofranko 1,119-706 over Steven Blakely on the Republican and Conservative lines.
PLATTEKILL: Town Supervisor Croce wins another term PLATEKILL, N.Y. — Town Supervisor Joseph Croce again fended off a challenge from Jaime Pagan to secure a fourth two-year term, according to unofficial election results.
ROCHESTER: Supervisor Mike Baden re-elected to second term ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Democratic incumbent Supervisor Mike Baden received 1,222 votes to hold off two challengers to his effort for a second term.
ROSENDALE: Voters extend terms for supervisor, highway boss ROSENDALE, N.Y. — Town voters on Tuesday decided, 1,007 to 742, to extend the terms of office for town supervisor and highway superintendent from two to four years.
SAUGERTIES: Costello re-elected supervisor Town Supervisor Fred Costello was re-elected Tuesday, defeating Town Board member Paul Andreassen, 3,352-2,603.
SHANDAKEN: Supervisor Stanley appears to edge opponent in re-election bid; library tax levy OK'd SHANDAKEN, N.Y. — Town Supervisor Robert Stanley appears to have narrowly defeated challenger Brian Powers to secure another two-year term, according to unofficial election results.
SHAWANGUNK: Valk coasts to re-election as town supervisor SHAWANGUNK, N.Y. — Town Supervisor John Valk won re-election by collecting 1,898 votes, far outpacing the 204 votes cast for challenger Joseph Frangione.
TOWN OF ULSTER: Eric Kitchen, Clayton VanKleeck win Town Board seats TOWN OF ULSTER, N.Y. — Two Town Board seats were won by incumbent Councilman Eric Kitchen with 1,695 votes and Clayton VanKleeck with 1,936 votes on the Republican, Conservative, and Independence lines.
WAWARSING: Incumbent wins Town Board seat; ex-supervisor loses WAWARSING, N.Y. — Two seats on the Town Board were won by Paul Tuzzolino and incumbent Steve Bradley.
WOODSTOCK: Supervisor Bill McKenna, Town Board incumbents Laura Ricci and Reginald Earls win uncontested races WOODSTOCK, N.Y. — First-term incumbent Supervisor Bill McKenna, who ran unopposed on the Democratic and Working Families lines, received 1,796 votes during Tuesday's election.
DUTCHESS COUNTY: Molinaro, Grady, Anderson, Kendall all re-elected POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. — Dutchess County voters returned four incumbent Republican leaders to office Tuesday, according to unofficial election results.
DUTCHESS COUNTY DISTRICT 20: Incumbent Munn coasts past Sheprow RED HOOK, N.Y. — Incumbent Democrat Kristofer Munn sailed to a re-election victory over Republican Warren Sheprow in the race for the Dutchess County Legislature's District 20 seat.
DUTCHESS COUNTY LEGISLATURE: Brennan Kearney, Howard Traudt in dead heat in District 11 RHINEBECK, N.Y. — Incumbent Democratic Legislator Brennan Kearney is in a dead heat with Republican challenger Howard Traudt for the Legislature's District 11 seat.
RHINEBECK: Town Board members Allan Scherr, Edmond Roberts re-elected RHINEBECK, N.Y. — Two incumbent Democratic members of the Town Board secured re-election following Tuesday's election, according to unofficial results.
RED HOOK: McKeon holds off Patierno to remain Supervisor RED HOOK, N.Y. — Incumbent Democratic Town Supervisor Robert McKeon defeated Republican challenger Michael Patierno to secure a second four-year term, according to unofficial election results Tuesday.
CATSKILL: Republican Finch leads Supervisor race by two votes CATSKILL, N.Y. — A Republican was leading the Democratic incumbent by two votes in the race for Town Supervisor.
GERMANTOWN: Early voting might determine winner of Town Board seats GERMANTOWN, N.Y. — The Columbia County Board of Elections says early voting results will be posed later on Nov. 7, which will change the reported numbers.
STATE SUPREME COURT: 2 incumbents, law clerk win judgeships in 3rd District KINGSTON, N.Y. — Two incumbents and a law clerk were chosen to fill three state Supreme Court judgeships in New York's Third Judicial District, according to unofficial election results.
STATE SUPREME COURT: Incumbent, 3 newcomers win judgeships in 9th District
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