Election Results

Results will be updated as they become available:

Delameter Knocks Off Miller in Middletown
But Absentees could decide race

Republican challenger Nelson Delameter knocked off one-term Democratic Supervisor Marge Miller in a hotly contested race for Middletown Supervisor on Tuesday.
All results from the Delaware County Board of Elections are unofficial, but show Mr. Delameter receiving 489 votes to 467 for Ms. Miller. Absentee ballots are due at the board of elections by November 12 and may factor into the final results.
In the race for a pair of seats on the Middletown Town Board, Republican incumbent Jake Rosa and longtime Democratic board member Michael Finberg were re-elected with 574 and 530 vores, respectively. Political newcomer Dean Hunter, running as an Independent finished with 438 votes and GOP hopeful George Brown had 190 votes.
Margaretville attorney John Fairbairn 3rd, a Democrat, was an easy winner in the race to fill an open justice position. He earned 755 votes to 100 for Fleischmanns resident Warren Slavin. Mr. Fairbairn fills the position vacated by Glen George, who did not seek another term.
Democrat David Goodchild Jr. won a term as tax assessor with 744 votes. He was appointed last year to fill an unexpired term created by the resignation of Gary Marks.

Veteran Republican Supervisor won re-election on Tuesday with 315 votes, running unopposed.
Voting for a pair of town board position saw a changing of the guard as Democratic challengers Thomas Joyce, who received 281votes, and R. Dale Cole, with 268 votes, won seats by knocking off Republican incumbents Martin Liddle and Daniel Grommeck who received 188 and 162 votes, respectively.
Republican assessor Tina Moshier withstood a challenge from Democrat Joseph Steketee Sr., winning re-election by a 292-168 margin.
Michael McAdams, a Republican, was running without opposition for superintendent of highways and earned 388 votes.
Incumbent GOP justices Joseph Grieco (370 votes) and Nicholas Burton (343 votes) were each running without opposition.

Longtime Democratic Supervisor Thomas Hynes earned another two-year term with an easy 541-169 victory over Independent challenger Bill Walcutt.
Two town board positions were decided on Tuesday with incumbents Allen Hinkley and Gene Cronk winning re-election with 475 and 410 votes, respectively. Democratic challenger Melony Lee received 399 votes.
Incumbent Democrats Wayne Pebler and Joan Moore were running unopposed for justice and tax collector, respectively. He received 560 votes and she finished with 604 votes.

Republican Supervisor Tina Mole easily withstood a challenge from Independent candidate Beatriz Sohni by a 213-79 margin to win another term.
The race for superintendent of highways saw Democratic incumbent Ed Weber defeat Republican challenger Brian McIntosh, 197-98.
Democrat Evelyn Stewart was re-elected to a town board position with 214 votes and Republican Kenneth Brown won the other open board seat with 149 votes. He fills a position vacated by longtime board member Chuck McIntosh, who chose not to run again. There were also 104 write-in votes cast for the town board.
Republican tax collector/clerk Catherine Hewitt received 231 votes to win re-election without opposition.

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