Madison County preliminary election results announced


In the race for town supervisor, Republican and Peace candidate Priscilla Suits beat Democratic and Future Vision candidate Mary E. Messere. Messere had 314 votes, while Suits had 568 votes.

In the highway superintendent race, Republican candidate Murry A. Ames beat Democratic party candidate Larry J. Phillips II. Phillips had 384 votes, while Ames had 493 votes.

Town council candidates William B. Donnelly and Paul Orth received 676 votes and 480 votes, respectively. Donnelly is a Democratic party member and Orth is a Republican party member.

The town clerk position was uncontested. Democratic party candidate Debra L. Clark received 785 votes.


Fenner did not have any contested races in the Nov. 3 election.

Republican supervisor candidate Russell L. Cary received 334 votes, Republican town clerk/collector candidate Joanne Buyea received 328 votes, Republican highway superintendent candidate Frank M. Hyatt received 316 votes and Republican tax collector candidate Sharon E. Larkin received 298 votes.

Town council candidates Henry Stoker and Hannah Strack received 200 votes and 262 votes, respectively. Stoker is a Democratic party member and Strack is a Republican party member.


In the race for town supervisor, Republican candidate David Coye beat Natural Law candidate Malcolm D. Sergent and Local Citizens candidate Bart C. Chapin. Coye had 210 votes, while Sergent had 110 votes and Chapin had 162 votes.

In the town clerk/collector race, Republican party candidate Sarah A. Brush beat Democratic and Hometown party candidate Eileen Steinmetz, People's Choice candidate Mary Meigs and Ethics party candidate Jessica Chapin. Brush had 196 votes, while Steinmetz had 144 votes, Meigs had 116 votes and Chapin had 44 votes.

Four candidates were vying for two open town council positions in Georgetown. Democratic party candidate Lyle Mason and Republican candidate Matthew Van Heusen earned the most votes, beating out Republican candidate Jessica L. Warren and Good Neighbor party candidate Floyd Hunter. Mason had 290 votes, Van Heusen had 262 votes, Warren had 174 votes and Hunter had 170 votes.

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