Julie Hunsdon prepares to cast her vote in Ticonderoga on Election Day. There was no suspense Election Day in Ticonderoga, where all the candidates ran unopposed.
Photo by Nancy Frasier.
continued Tonya Thompson was tabbed as town clerk with 632 votes, James O’Bryan was re-elected town justice with 621, David Iuliano (535 votes) and Wayne Taylor (488 votes) were elected to the town board and Michael Parent was returned as highway superintendent with 600 votes.
There were no contested races in Moriah.
Thomas Scozzafava was re-elected supervisor with 491 votes. Elaine Adkins was returned as town clerk/tax collector with 445 votes. Brian Venne was re-elected town justice with 450 votes. Paul Salerno Jr. (437 votes) and Thomas Anderson (375 votes) were returned to the town board; Jamie Wilson was re-elected highway superintendent with 461 votes and Brent Ida (307 votes) and Leilani Sprague (345 votes) were elected assessors. All are Republicans, except Democrat Sprague.
Edna Frasier, running unopposed, was elected supervisor in Hague with 285 votes. Frasier, a Republican, will replace retiring supervisor Dan Belden.
Steven Remant, a Republican, received 290 votes and Democrat Rudolph Meola got 203 votes to win town board seats. Bruce Clark had 173 votes.
Donald Smith Sr., a Democrat, was elected highway superintendent with 228 votes. EJ Siwek, a Republican, got 154.
Republican Deborah Manning, running unopposed, was elected town clerk with 364 votes.
There were no opposed races in Putnam.
John LaPointe was re-elected supervisor with 106 votes, Kevin Hart (118 votes) and Shirley Randall (121 votes) were elected to the town board, Patricia Wilson was elected town clerk with 138 votes and Gary Treadway was elected highway superintendent with 140 votes. All are Republicans.