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Primaries open in Madison County

Countywide primary elections opened at noon today and will stay open until 9 p.m. To find your polling site visit www.madisoncounty.org/boe. The following towns in Madison County are holding a primary election for the offices listed below:

Republican Primaries:

Town of Georgetown

Primaries will be held for the positions of supervisor and highway superintendent. On the ballot for supervisor are Malcolm D. Sergent and David Coye. Running for highway superintendent are Thomas J. Campbell and incumbent Leon Warlock.

Town of Lebanon

Primaries will be held for the positions of highway superintendent and town council. On the ballot for highway superintendent are incumbent Alex P. Hodge and Sheldon S. Palmer. Letta L. Palmer and incumbents Steven H. Wilcox and Lois M. Hartshorn are on the ballot for town council.

Town of Lenox

Primaries will be held for the positions of supervisor, highway superintendent and town council. Todd Rouse and incumbent Rocky DiVeronica are on the Republican ballot for town supervisor. Rouse and DiVeronica are also vying for the Conservative vote in this primary. Salvador A. Cesario and Douglas W. Simmons are on the ballot for highway superintendent, while Edward Cerasia and incumbents Anthony J. Palamara and John R. Hadyk are running for town council.

Town of Lincoln

Primaries for the positions of highway superintendent and town council will be held today. Anthony J. Domenicone and Erik L. Rundberg are on the ballot for highway superintendent. Jayne Burback Black and incumbents Ronald H. McCain and William Wilcox are on the ballot for Lincoln town Council.

Independence Primary:

Town of Georgetown

A primary will be held for the position of highway superintendent for the town of Georgetown. Duane J. Newton and Thomas J. Campbell are on the ballot for the position.

Conservative Primary:

Town of Lenox

A primary will be held for the position of town of Lenox supervisor. Todd Rouse and incumbent Rocky DiVeronica, both on the Republican ballot as well, will give voters a chance to vote one candidate to both parties or divide the Republican and Conservative vote.

Further coverage on primary results will be posted on the Madison County Eagle as information is made available. Check the updates throughout this week as the county prepares for the November elections.

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