In District 3, covering the towns of Brunswick, Pittstown, Schaghticoke, Republican incumbents Thomas M. Walsh, Sr. and Majority Leader Kenneth H. Herrington, as well as new candidate Todd J. Tesman, bested a challenges from Democrats Dominic J. Pasinella, Jr., chief of the Melrose Fire Department, and Sheila M. Zotto Doyle, an assistant professor at HVCC. Richard Salisbury, a Republican who was elected to the legislature in 2001, did not seek re election.
Meanwhile, in two uncontested races Tuesday, incumbent County Executive Kathleen M. Jimino and County Clerk Frank Merola were each re elected to four year terms. Jimino, who has held the post since 2001, will earn $112,000 annually, while Merola, who has served as county clerk since 1997, will earn $95,000 annually.
TROY >> With all precincts reporting, the Rensselaer County Legislature has stayed firmly in the grasp of the Republican Party, who swept the towns, while the district representing the city of Troy stayed firmly in Democratic hands.
In District 5, covering the towns of Berlin, Grafton, Hoosick, Petersburgh, and Stephentown, Republican incumbents Stanley J. Brownell and Lester E. Goodermote bested challenges from Democratic candidates Jacqueline E. Elacqua and Ben Patten.
In District 2, covering East Greenbush, North Greenbush, and Poestenkill, incumbent Republicans Leon B. Fiacco, Philip J. Danaher, Kelly C. Hoffman, and new candidate Robert W. Bayly have been elected. Michael Cristo, a Conservative, chose not to seek re election.
During the elections, Democrats congregated at the Dinosaur Barbeque in Troy. In the midst of the largely elated crowd was Rensselaer County Democratic Chairman Tom Wade.
difficult in this off year election to generate turnout, which I think will end up hurting us in the town races, predicted Wade on Tuesday night. Republicans have traditionally fared better in the less populous areas of the county, and this year was no exception.
we will be the loyal minority. We will represent the people of Troy, as we have in the past, but we will also be a watchdog. Our position, as the minority, is to make sure that there is a check and balance, and that is what we will try to do. was followed in the polls by Cynthia Doran with 3,485 votes, Mark J. Fleming with 3,426, Edward F. Manny with 3,298, and Gary Pavlic with 3,122. New candidate Leonard F. Welcome, Sr., a retired code enforcement officer for the city of Troy, garnered 3,108 votes, placing him in the seat previously held by Kathleen Ryan Cassidy, who chose not to run for re election.
In District 6, encompassing the city of Rensselaer, incumbent Republican Michael E. Stammel beat Democratic challenger Anne E. Burton by a margin of about 300 votes.
court judge, trailed the Democrats by more than 450 votes.
feeling pretty good all six of our candidates won, said Minority Leader Peter D. Grimm, who led the city polls with 3,578 votes. are still the minority, and Under Armour Boots On Feet
looking to work as a team with the minority, said Welcome. Republicans) have had a majority for the long time, and we had problems with the (Rensselaer County) Jail, and we had problems with some environment issues, and we going to work on that. Under Armour Curry 1 Low addition to Tutunjian and Bauer, the Democrats also kept Republican candidates Allen J. McNall, Jr., Kimberly McPherson, Stephanie M. Scully, and Anne M. Wager Rounds from making any inroads into the city. Each seat on the legislature carries a four year term and a $20,000 annual salary.
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A crash of the Board of Elections server meant that elections staff were tallying votes by hand throughout the night, which made for late unofficial tallies from the city of Troy and Rensselaer, and pushed back unofficial tallies to Wednesday. the morning after Election Day, the county board of elections website was still showing no votes.
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In District 4, the Republican team of Judith Breselor, Alex Shannon and Martin T. Reid, who have represented Schodack, Nassau and Sand Lake, ran unopposed. Reid was first elected in 2009, and will be serving in fifth term as chairman of the legislature.
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