LIVINGSTON COUNTY — It was a historical night in Avon as Malachy Coyne became the first Democrat elected to the Avon Town Board since the 60’s.
Coyne was the top vote recipient in Avon with 1023, Michalski trailing with 1,008 and Jim Harrington with 987. The three were fighting for two positions. Avon has 18 absentee ballots still unaccounted for.
In the race for Avon Town Judge, Michael Torregiano defeated Janis Cole 876 to 788.
In another notable race, Jerald Wrubel was 942, Matt Griffo 875, and Chirstopher Ivers 657 for Geneseo Town Council. The three were fighting for two positions for Geneseo Town Council. Also in Geneseo, Will Wadsworth had 902 votes and a write-in campaign likely to be Wes Kennison had 388 of 403 write in votes for Geneseo Town Supervisor.
The Groveland Town Supervisor race was dominated by Bill Carman with 427 over Lou Lombardo with 99.
Leicester Town Council Race was close battle, with Gerald Hull the top vote recipient with 273, followed by Karen Roffe with 271. Robert Ellis had 224 and Miki Krueger had 109.
In Nunda, Cheyenne DeMarco, a Democrat, had 528 votes over Republican Tracy Mann, who had 243.
There were two races to close to call:
Mount Morris Town Council
David Provo 392
Nate Guzzardi 298
Jordan Swanson 297
West Sparta Town Council
Steven Sick 189
James Nickerson 168
Shawn Mann 167
NOTE: It was initially reported that Coyne was the first Democrat to win a Town Board position in Avon, it has since been brought to our attention he is the 4th.