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Ticonderoga, Putnam elect supervisors

Grinnell, LaPointe elected to lead towns

Shirley Randall casts her ballot in Putnam on Election Day. Putnam re-elected John LaPointe to a 14th term as supervisor.

Shirley Randall casts her ballot in Putnam on Election Day. Putnam re-elected John LaPointe to a 14th term as supervisor. Photo by Nancy Frasier.

— Incumbent town clerk Patricia Wilson, 242 votes, and highway superintendent Gary Treadway, 255, were also re-elected. Both are Republicans and were unopposed.

All results are unofficial until certified by the county board of elections.

Moriah

Tim Garrison and Luci Carpenter won seats on the Moriah town board Election Day.

Garrison, an incumbent, received 180 votes and Carpenter 164. Both are Republicans. Independent Corey Steigleman got 37 votes.

Moriah Supervisor Tom Scozzafava was returned to office with 207 votes and assessor Paul Mazzotte was re-elected with 157 votes. Both are Republicans running unopposed.

All results are unofficial until certified by the county board of elections.

Schroon

William Tribou III was elected town justice in Schroon with 479 votes. He is a Republican. Tracy Hanchett got 114 votes.

Supervisor Michael Marnell, assessor Thomas Erikson and town board members Roger Friedman and Margaret “Meg” Wood all ran unopposed.

Marnell received 470 votes, Erikson 461, Wood 468 and Friedman 437. All are Republicans.

All results are unofficial until certified by the county board of elections.

Crown Point

There was no suspense in Crown Point. Supervisor Charles Harrington ran unopposed along with town council candidates Walter Worth and Sherlene Simpson-Barrows and highway superintendent Eugene Ingleston Jr .All are Republicans.

Harrington garnered 264 votes, Worth 235, Simpson-Barrows 235 and Ingleston 269.

All results are unofficial until certified by the county board of elections.

North Hudson

Marshall Gero received 80 votes and Robert Dobie 69 to win seats on the North Hudson town board. Gero is a Republican and Dobie a Democrat.

John King, a Republican, got 62 votes.

Bruce Caza, a Republican, received 55 votes assessor and Republican Deborah Marie Duntley got 76 votes for town justice. Both were unopposed.

All results are unofficial until certified by the county board of elections.

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