The Delaware County Board of Elections has announced the final results, including absentee ballots, of the September 9 primary election.
In Meredith, in the Democratic primary for governor, Zephyr Teachout had 50 votes, incumbent Andrew Cuomo had 9 votes and Randy Credico had 2 votes. In the Democratic primary for lieutenant governor, Timothy Wu had 50 votes and Kathy Hochul had 11.
In the Republican primary for representative from the 101st Assembly District, incumbent Claudia Tenney defeated Chris Farber 72 to 6.
The longtime Planning Board secretary, Michéle Lechanteur, has resigned due to time conflicts with her new full-time position with Delaware County. Michéle had previously resigned as deputy town clerk. She will remain as clerk of the Town Court.
At its meeting on September 9, the Town Board heard a letter from Planning Board Chair Sue Dapkins praising Michéle and unanimously approved a motion expressing appreciation for her devoted service.
The Planning Board invites applications for the opening. Letters of application with a resumé should be e-mailed to Sue Dapkins at firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to the Town Clerk at Town Hall.
Primary elections for both major parties will be held in Meredith on Tuesday, September 9. Polls for both District 1 and District 2 will be open from 12 noon to 9 p.m. at the Meridale Fire Hall on County Highway 10 near State Highway 28.
In the Democratic primary for governor, Zephyr Teachout, a law professor in New York City, and Randy Credico, a comedian and perennial candidate from New York City, are challenging the incumbent, Andrew Cuomo. In the Democratic primary for lieutenant governor, Teachout’s running mate Timothy Wu of New York City, a law professor in New York City, is challenging Cuomo’s chosen running mate, Kathy Hochul, a former member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Buffalo.
In the Republican primary for representative from the 101st Assembly District, Chris Farber, the sheriff of Herkimer County, is opposing the incumbent, Claudia Tenney of New Hartford.
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The Meredith Town Board
- James Ellis, Supervisor
- Ronald Bailey
- Daniel Birnbaum
- John Janiszewski
- Rachel Polens