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November 8, 2011

Major election results for Clinton, Essex and Franklin counties

CLINTON COUNTY

LEGISLATURE

Area 2: Shirley M. Durnin (D, WF), 886; Jonathan C. Beach (R, C), 1096.

Area 3: Earl T. Sears (R, C), incumbent, 741; Samuel R. Dyer (D, WF, I), 797.

Area 5: Peter F. Keenan (D, WF), 736; Sherman J. Hamel (R, C, I), 571.

Area 8: Sally Sears-Mack (D, WF), 426; Mark P. Dame (R, I), 546; James P. Carlin (C), 300.

SARANAC

Highway superintendent: Leo P. Vann (R), incumbent, 656; James W. Facteau (Concerned Taxpayers), 526.

ESSEX COUNTY

County clerk: Joseph Provoncha (R, C), incumbent, 5,110; and Brent Vosburg (D, I), 2,646. St. Armand numbers are not yet available.

CROWN POINT

Supervisor: Bethany Kosmider (D, I), incumbent, 316; and Charles Harrington (R, I), 454.

ELIZABETHTOWN

Supervisor: Noel Merrihew III (R, I), incumbent, 217; and Margaret Bartley (D, I), 226. Forty-two absentee ballots remain to be counted.

ESSEX

Supervisor: Sharon Boisen (I), incumbent, 150; and Frank Walls (R, I), 142.

KEENE

Supervisor: William Ferebee (R, I), incumbent, 365; and Paul Vincent (I), 100.

NEWCOMB

Supervisor: George Canon (R, I), incumbent, 237; and Eleanor Yandon (D, I), 48.

NORTH ELBA

Supervisor: Robert Politi (I), incumbent, 1,080; and Derek Doty (D, I), 530.

NORTH HUDSON

Supervisor: Hugh Myrtle (D, I), 72; and Ronald James Moore (R, I), 69.

SCHROON

Supervisor: Michael Marnell (R, I), 399; Dennis Christian (I), 28; and Margaret Wood (I), 285.

WESTPORT

Supervisor: Daniel Connell (D, I), incumbent, 295; Bruce Ware (I), 226.

WILLSBORO

Supervisor: Edward Hatch (D, I), incumbent, 486; and Lane Sayward (R, I), 183.

FRANKLIN COUNTY

Village OF MALONE

Mayor (four-year term): Todd LePine (D) 524; Sam Brody (R) 133.

BRIGHTON

Town supervisor (two-year term): John Quenell (D), incumbent, 122; Peter Shrope (D), 137.

BURKE

Town supervisor (two-year term): Albert Johnson (D, Unity), incumbent, 161; David Vincent (R, Agriculture), 196.

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