There was no supervisor primary in Crown Point, but voters did select GOP nominees for highway superintendent and town board.
Incumbent Highway Superintendent Eugene "Peanut" Ingleston received 209 votes and challenger Cory Armstrong 128.
Robert Patnode received 219 votes and incumbent Thomas Walters 168 to garner town board nominations. Walter Worth got 101 votes and Mary DeHart-Ross, 71 votes.
In November incumbent Supervisor Dale French, a Republican, will face Bethany Kosmider, an independent who has been endorsed by the Democratic Party.
There was no supervisor primary in Moriah, but Republican voters picked two nominees for town board.
Incumbent Richard Carpenter got 425 votes and Timothy Garrison 405 to secure nominations to the town board. Former trustee Eugene Williams got 370 votes and Laura Baker 239.
Incumbent Supervisor Tom Scozzafava, a Republican, is running for re-election unopposed in November.
There was no supervisor primary in Schroon, but Republican voters picked two nominees for town board.
Incumbent Roger Friedman got 213 votes and Meg Wood 200 to get the town board nominations. Bruce Caza had 161 votes.
Incumbent Supervisor Cathy Moses, a Republican, will face Democrat Mark Whitney in the November general election.