continued Franklin County Republican Legislator Paul Maroun is the lone candidate on the ballot for mayor in the Village of Tupper Lake, currently occupied by Mickey Demarais.
Supervisor Daniel Connell (D) will face a familiar opponent in the general election, as the incumbent will be challenged by Bruce Ware (R) for the position.
Three candidates will vie for two positions on the town board, including incumbent Michael “Ike” Tyler (R), Nancy Page (D) and Daniel McCormick (B).
Sheila Borden will run uncontested for a second term as town clerk, while William LaHendro will run for his position as town justice.
Incumbent Supervisor Edward “Ed” Hatch (D) will face a challenge from Lane Sayward (R) in the Nov. 8 election, while five candidates will compete for enough votes to fill two positions on the town council.
Incumbent Steven Benway (D) will run along with challengers John “Jack” Thompson (D), Susan Swires (R), Shaun Gilliland (R) and Robert Arnold (R).
Town clerk/tax collector Beverly Moran will run uncontested, as will DPW commissioner Peter Jacques.
There are no contested elections in Wilmington where those up for election include incumbent Supervisor Randy Preston (B), town councilmen Stephen Corvelli (R) and Darin Forbes; and assessors Alphonso Smith and Dana Peck.