LIVINGSTON COUNTY – Unofficial results say that it was a historic night for the Livingston County Conservative Party.
Mike Falk successfully ran on the Conservative line against Republican and Democratic candidate Colleen Allen. Falk took 851 votes, or 64.13 percent. Allen took 475 votes, or 35.80 percent. This is the first time that a Conservative has been elected to a position on the Livingston County Board of Supervisors.
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“Had it not been for the trust that the Conservative Party and Chairman Jason McGuire placed in me back in May, we would not be here today,” said Falk. “It was on Row C that Democrats, Republicans, Conservatives, Independents and many unaffiliated voters came together to demand positive change for our town.
‘The key to our victory was identifying real issues early, and to start doing something about them now—not waiting to be seated as a supervisor. Now, we’re poised to bring Lima into the future, while not neglecting our storied past. Tonight, we have a mandate for a new direction—one that will help us grow our small-business commerce and our overall sense of community. I can’t wait to continue what we’ve started.”
Eyes were fixed on several other races Tuesday night.
For Mount Morris Town Clerk: Chelsey Woodworth took 412 votes, or 44.98 percent of the vote. Christie Murphy (PQ) took 504 votes, or 55.02 percent of the vote.
For County Coroner: Robert F. Waltman (REP) took 10,785 votes, 50.14 percent of the vote and Shannon D. Griese (REP) took 10,668 votes, 49.60 percent. There were 56 write-ins.
For Avon Town Council: Thomas Mairs (REP) took 1,138 votes, 37.37 percent of the vote; James Harrington (REP) took 966 votes, 31.72 percent; Michael Froome (DEM, AC) took 933 votes, 30.64 percent.
For Conesus Town Council: Brenda Donohue (DEM, REP) took 351 votes, or 51.32 percent of the vote and Robert A. Delena (CON) took 329 votes or 48.10 percent.
For Conesus Town Council: Dan Mulvaney (DEM, PC) took 498 votes or 38.52 percent of the vote, Catherine E. Dickerson (REP) took 259 votes or 20.03 percent and Donald Wester (REP, PC) took 533 votes or 41.22 percent.
For Geneseo Town Council: Leah Fletcher (DEM, GT) took 892 votes or 25.64 percent of the vote; Wesley D. Ebersole (DEM, GT) took 604 votes or 17.36 percent; Patti E. LaVigne (REP, GU) took 1,014 votes or 29.15 percent; Ronald Maxwell (REP, GU) took 951 votes or 27.34 percent.
For Groveland Town Council: Ron Niedermaier (DEM) took 249 votes or 32.30 percent of the vote; Craig Phelps (REP) took 231 votes or 29.96 percent; and Amy Mattson Phelps (REP) took 291 votes or 37.74 percent.
For Livonia Town Supervisor, Eric R. Gott (REP, CON) took 1,433 votes, or 60.44 percent. Marty Hughes (DEM) took 936 votes, or 39.48 percent.
For Livonia Town Council: Mary Ann Rzeszutek (DEM) took 807 votes, or 17.86 percent. Nikolas Varrone (DEM) took 627 votes, or 13.88 percent of the vote. Peter W. Dougherty (REP) took 1,599 votes, or 35.39 percent of the vote. Matthew Gascon (REP) took 1,478 votes, or 32.71 percent.
For Nunda Highway Superintendent, Rick Moran (DEM, REP) took 457 votes or 54.67 percent. Dana Wood (NRM) took 379 votes or 45.33 percent.