WBNG) -- New York State Assemblyman Clifford Crouch (R) will get another term in office after his victory in Thursday's state and local primary elections.
Crouch defeated challenger Nick Libous, son of former New York State Senator Tom Libous.
Crouch will run uncontested during the general election in November, meaning he will likely win another term in office.
The assemblyman was first elected to the seat in 1995.
The 122nd Assembly District of New York State includes Broome, Chenango, Delaware and Otsego Counties.
In a statement, Broome County GOP Chairman Bijoy Datta said, “It's over. Tonight the Republican voters of the 122nd Assembly District spoke loudly and clearly in support of our great Assemblyman Cliff Crouch. His overwhelming victory with more than two-thirds of the vote is a testament to his proven record of accomplishments over the years.”