COVERT — Jeffrey Vann, a member of the Town Board in this Seneca County community, died March 23 at the age of 70.
WATERLOO — At least one member of the Seneca County Board of Supervisors will not seek reelection this fall.
CANANDAIGUA — With the town’s supervisor opting not to run for a second term, its deputy supervisor is now vying for the seat.
PENN YAN — In a decision that comes as little surprise, Yates County District Attorney Todd Casella is running for another four-year term.
WATERLOO — Incumbents Gina Suffredini and John Butlak were reelected to four-year terms as Village Board trustees Tuesday.
WATERLOO — The village’s 3,027 registered voters are eligible to cast ballots in Tuesday’s village election for two four-year trustee seats on the Village Board.
DRESDEN — The only Yates County community that will have village elections this year is Dresden.
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CORNING — Congressman Tom Reed often has dropped hints during his weekly phone calls with reporters that a run for governor in 2022 might be in his future.
LYONS — The Wayne County Democratic Committee is backing a Macedon Police Department sergeant for county sheriff.
INTERLAKEN — Three candidates will compete for two seats on the Village Board in the March 16 election.
WATERLOO — The Democratic and Republican slate in the race for two Waterloo Village Board seats has been finalized.
LYONS — Two Wayne County political committees are backing a sheriff’s office lieutenant in his bid to be the county’s next sheriff.
WATERLOO — Candidates are emerging for two seats on the Village Board.
WATERLOO — Varick Supervisor Bob Hayssen will seek another year as chairman of the Seneca County Board of Supervisors when the board reorganizes for 2021 in January.
WATERLOO — The process for conducting the 2021 village election in this Seneca County community is underway.
CANANDAIGUA — For the last 10 weeks, I have been honored to work at the Ontario County Board of Elections. I assisted in new registrations, processing absentee ballots, acting as an inspector for in-person voting, and finally counting absentee ballots. Unless you are “in the trenches,” it is…
WATKINS GLEN — For the second time in three election cycles, Leslie Danks Burke garnered more than 55,000 votes in her bid to unseat incumbent Thomas O’Mara in the New York State Senate’s 58th District.
SYRACUSE — Democrat Dana Balter has conceded in the race for the 24th Congressional District seat.
SENECA FALLS — The Democrat running for a vacant town justice position used Monday’s count of mail-in/absentee ballots to mount a comeback.
SENECA FALLS — Less than 100 votes separate the two candidates who ran for town justice in the Nov. 3 general election. That means the final outcome will be determined by the count of a record 813 mail-in/absentee ballots.
Voters in Ontario, Seneca, Wayne and Yates counties apparently liked the Republican slate of candidates for state Legislature seats this year.
WATERLOO — Although she saw her first opposition in more than two decades, Seneca County Clerk Christina “Tina” Lotz’s long tenure will continue.
Joe Regan said it took longer to pick out which baked goods to buy than it took to vote Tuesday.
Polls close at 9 p.m. in Yates County. To check results go to the county's Board of Elections website at https://www.yatescounty.org/DocumentCenter/View/758/2020-General-Election-Unofficial-Results-PDF
Polls close at 9 p.m. in Seneca County. To check results go to the county's Board of Elections website at https://www.co.seneca.ny.us/gov/elections/
Between early voting and absentee and mail-in balloting, 28-percent of the registered voters in Ontario, Seneca, Wayne and Yates counties have already voted in his year’s national, state and local elections.
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In 2017 I jumped into the 23rd District Congressional race out of a concern for the direction of our county and its fundamental values of democracy and citizenship. I left work that paid more than Congress, and I am not independently wealthy by any stretch, but growing up in modest circumsta…
Over the past three years, as I’ve traveled this district, I hear about the same issues, whether I’m in Auburn, Tully, Palmyra or Oswego. People just want to be able to afford to pay their rent or mortgage, put food on the table, go to the doctor without worrying about the cost, and have a l…
Having held more than 270 town hall meetings, our record of approachability and accessibility is one we can be proud of. We are always available to answer questions and address the needs of New Yorkers. It’s only fair that voters know where the candidates stand on real issues that affect the…
During these unprecedented times, we need strong, independent, and proven leaders in Congress.
In a seat long held by Republican Bob Oaks of Macedon, the race for the 130th State Assembly District this year features incumbent Republican Brian Manktelow of Lyons facing a challenge from Democrat Scott Comegys of Palmyra. It is a rematch of the 2018 race.
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