In Yates County results Todd Casella defeated incumbent District Attorney Valerie Gardner 52-47 percent. Even with over 5-HUNDRED absentee ballots remaining to be counted, Gardner conceded the contest. For more, click here.
In Legislative District one, Douglas Paddock, Ed Bronson, and Elden Morrison were all re-elected, and Timothy Cutler won the 4th seat. In District three, Leslie Church, Earle Gleason and Dan Banach all won re-election and newcomer Carlie Chilson picked up the final seat. In town elections, John Kuehn beat Eileen Farnan for Barrington Town Supervisor; in Jerusalem, incumbent Matthew Davison was re-elected as town justice; In Benton, Brian Murphy and Glenn Quackenbush both were elected to town council seats with 314 votes each. In Milo, Gene Spanneut and James Harris were re-elected to the town board.
Also in Barrington Tuesday, residents overwhelmingly approved three propositions for alcohol to be sold in taverns, restaurants and hotels.
In Schuyler County, Van Harp was re-elected in Legislative District 2, while Jim Howell was re-elected in District 4. In District one, David Reed was elected to succeed retiring lawmaker Barbara Halpin. In town races, Jessica Rodgers, Liz Martin and Bob Barton won the 3 seats on the Hector Town Council; Thomas Peer won Orange Town Clerk, Susan Allen was elected to an Orange town council seat and Jeremy Abbey was elected Orange highway superintendent.
In Tyrone, Joe Sevier and Troy Eyer won the race for two council seats. In Steuben County, in the town of Wayne, David Bauer was elected as highway superintendent.