Area Primary Results

By Lindsey Nesselbush

July 22, 2010 Updated Sep 12, 2006 at 11:07 PM EST

Republicans in the Town of Chenango vote for council candidates to run in the November election.

Republicans had to choose 2 of the 3 candidates.

Margaret Clark, Russel Hemedinger and Rhonda Pudiak.

The top 2 vote getters are Hemedinger and Pudiak.

Their names will be on the Republican ticket for Town of Chenango Council in November.

Republicans in the Town of Colesville also picked their candidates to run for Town Council.

Republicans had to choose 2 of 3 candidates, Harold Andrews, Michael Olin and Glenn Winsor.

And it was a tight race.

The top vote getter was Winsor, with Olin and Andrews settling in a tie.

The Broome County Board of Elections did not have any information about how the Town of Colesville will determine who will appear on November ballot.

In the Town of Lisle, republicans were choosing 2 of 3 candidates to run for Town Council.

Scott Glezen, Ronald Manwaring and Kathleen Morsey.

The top 2 winners in todays primary are Glezen and Manwaring.

Republicans in the Town of Lisle also voted for a candidate to run for Highway Superintendent.

The 2 candidates were Keith Boyce and Mitchel Quail Senior.

The winner to run on the republican ticket in November is Mitchel Quail Senior.

Republicans in Lisle also voted for a candidate to run for Town Justice.

Penny Del-favero and Margaret Gehm were on the ballot.

The primary winner is Delfavero who's name now goes on the ballot for the November election.

Republicans in Sanford voted for a candidate to run for Town Justice.

Sarah Loughran and Edward Hughes were on the ballot.

The primary winner is Loughran.

Republicans in the Town of Triangle pick their candidate to run for Highway Superintendent.

Arthur Baxter and Danny David were on the ballot.

David is the winner.

Republicans in the Town of Windsor were also voting on this primary day for a candidate to run for Highway Superintendent.

It was a race between Gregory Bronson and Rocky Kohlbach.

Kohlbach is the winner.

And, Republicans Richard Devlin and Kenneth Beijen were on the ballot for Tuesday's primary for Otsego County Sheriff.

The winner is Devlin.

He will succeed current Otsego County Sheriff Donald Mundy who's retiring, because there are no other candidates running in the November election.

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