LIVINGSTON COUNTY – Tomorrow, voters will decide the next three faces on the Livingston County Board of Supervisors, the legislative body for the county.
Polls are open Nov. 7 from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Check our Facebook page here starting at 8 p.m. for a live-stream from our Sunroom video studio as results come in.
In Livonia, Marty Hughes is running for Town Supervisor on the Democratic line to challenge incumbent Eric Gott, who is running on the Conservative, Republican and Livonia First lines.
In Lima, incumbent Town Supervisor Peter Yendell will not run for re-election for the first time in 16 years. Colleen Allen will run for that seat on the Democratic and Republican lines and Michael J. Falk will run on the Conservative line.
In Conesus, Robert DeLena is running on the Conservative line to challenge incumbent Town Supervisor Brenda Donohue, who is running on the Democratic, Republican and Preserve Conesus lines.
Several other contested races are going as well.
In Geneseo, a complex race has developed for three Town Council seats. Two seats are up for re-election and one was vacated by retiring Town Council member Jerry Wrubel. For the two seats up for re-election, incumbent Patti LaVigne is running on the Republican and Geneseo United lines; Ronald Maxwell is running on the Republican and Geneseo United lines; Leah Fletcher is running on the Democratic and Geneseo Together lines; Wesley Ebersole is running on the Democratic and Geneseo Together lines. Andrea Bailey is running on the Republican and Geneseo United lines; and Tony Macula is running on the Democratic and Geneseo Together lines to serve the two-year remainder of Wrubel’s term.
In Conesus, ncumbent Town Council member Daniel R. Mulvaney II is running on the Democratic and Preserve Conesus lines; incumbent Donald W. Wester is running on the Republican and Preserve Conesus lines, and Catherine E. Dickerson is running on the Republican line.
In Mount Morris, there is a contested race for Town Clerk. Chelsey N. Woodworth is running on the Democratic, Republican and Better Community lines and Christine T. Murphy is running on the Proven Qualified line.
In Nunda, there is a contested race for Town Highway Superintendent. Rick Moran is running on the Democratic and Republican lines and Dana Wood SR is running on the Nunda Road Maintenance line.
In the West Sparta Town Council race, Laurie J. Cosimano will run on the Democratic line; Gregory J. Keagy will run in the Democratic and West Sparta Family lines; Chuck Little will run on the Republican line; and Dominic Cosimano will run on the Republican and West Sparta Family lines.
In the York Town Justice race, Tom Porter is running on the Democratic and Republican lines; Dan Koch is running on the Democratic, Republican and Hometown Pride lines; and Christopher M. McLouth is running on the Libertarian line.
For York Town Council, Norman Gates will run on the Democratic, Republican and York First lines; Lynn Parnell will run on the Democratic, Republican and Community United lines; and Dustin E. Geiger will run on the FTP line.