For two open board seats, the incumbents won their seats back. Former Warrensburg Central School Athletic Director Albert Vasak (R) received 267 votes, and incumbent Charles Bills (R) garnered 196. Former Town Justice candidate Glenda Duell (I), who for many months has kept informed on town issues and offered unconventional solutions to town problems, received 2 votes.
Bolton, Stony Creek, Horicon and Hague results
In the town of Bolton, Republican Ronald Conover (R,Ic.), a retired city planner with extensive public polic experience, won the Supervisor post, beating former Supervisor Alexander "Zandy" Gabriels (I) 650 to 185. For two town board seats, incumbent Owen James Maranville (R, Ic) came out on top with 599, followed by Gregory R. Smith (R) with 598, both shutting out Ed Corcoran (D) with 196. For Highway Superintendent, incumbent Timothy A. Coon (R) 482, defeated challenger William A. Sherman (I) in a vote of 482-333. Anton Cooper (C) received 20 votes.
In Stony Creek, incumbent Town Supervisor Frank Thomas (R,Ic), known for his common-sense approach to county issues, was re-elected with 247 votes, rebuffing a challenge by Tara Tremaine Fisher (C) who had 83 votes. Incumbent Superintendent of Highways Neil Bradley (R,I) apparently turned back a challenge by Ian Thomas (I) in a 196-148 vote.
For the town board, Harry Paul Gill (I) was on top with 216 votes, followed by incumbent Bill Liebl (R) with 127, and Gus Kanakis (C) with 79.
In Johnsburg, three candidates were vying for the town board. Arnold F. Stevens (R) was on top with 299 votes, Ronald G. Vanselow (D) was next with 292 votes, and Roger Mosher received 81.
For Highway Superintendent, Daniel B. Hitchcock won the post with 289 votes to Frederick T. Comstock's 176 ballots.
In Hague, Incumbent Supervisor Daniel D. Belden (R) fought off a challenge by Rudolph T. Meola in a 245-126 vote. For Hague Town Council, Edna Frasier received 279 votes, followed by 197 for Mark Martucci and 171 for Maryann Eaton.