LIVINGSTON COUNTY — It’s election day and Republicans across the county are eagerly awaiting the results.
According to Livingston County Board of Elections officials the results won’t be official until 9:30 p.m. at the earliest.
“The polls close at 9 p.m. We should have a notion around 9:30 p.m.,” said Becky Schroeder, the Livingston County Board of Elections Republican Deputy Commissioner. “There are 62 districts in the county that have been combined into 25 sites open today.”
In Avon, as of 5:45 p.m. 160 voters had voted at the Village Hall.
“This is a considerably important election,” said Lowell Conrad, Livingston County Republican Chair. “Hopefully the results will prove that the committee is a good representative of the Republican community in the county.”
The Livingston County Republican committee has endorsed Richard Burke, who is running against Bill Nojay for the 133rd State Assembly District, and Eric Schiener, who is running against Steve Sessler for the Livingston County District Attorney nomination. The Democrats have candidates ready and waiting for the November election.