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October 14, 2013

Candidates listed for Clinton County

PLATTSBURGH — Four seats are contested for Clinton County Legislature in the November election, as are the spots for City of Plattsburgh mayor and every Common Council seat. 

And voters will go to the polls in all Clinton County towns, where numerous challengers vie for various positions.

Here’s the slate:


Legislature Area 2: Jonathan C. Beach (R, C).

Legislature Area 4: Gerard A. Renadette (R, C); Colin Read (D, I, WF).

Legislature Area 6: Patty A. Waldron (D); John C. Bernardi (R, I).

Legislature Area 8: Mark P. Dame (R, I); Robert E. Dolan (D).

Legislature Area 10: Richard “Rick” Perry (R, C); Robert “Bobby” Hall (D, I, WF).

County Treasurer: Kimberly A. Davis (D, I, WF); Susan Polhemus (R).

District Attorney: Andrew Wylie (D, WF).


Town Council (vote for two): Joey M. Snide (D); Jeanne M. Bushey (D); Gregory M. Spinner (R); James E. Fountain (R).


Town Council (vote for two): Scot M. Zmijewski (R, C, I); Steven D. Sucharski (D).


Supervisor: Dennis J. Relation (R, C, I).

Town Council (vote for two): Rufus “Joe” Deyo (D, WF); Michael Morales (D, C, I, WF); Sherman P. Dubrey (R).

Assessor: Michel Fountain (R, C, I).

Highway superintendent: Roger A. Perry, (R, C, I).

Town clerk/tax collector: Kelly M. LaFountain (R, C, I); Maureen Bradish (WF).


Town Council (vote for two): Ronald G. Wilkins (D); James J. Seguin (D).

Town justice: Gary E. Frenia (D, C, I).


Supervisor: Larry G. Barcomb (R, C).

Town Council (vote for two): John L. Cooper (D); Bryan E. Moore (R).

Superintendent of highways: Allen J. Racine (D).

Town clerk/tax collector: Julie L. Castine (R, C).


Supervisor: Peter D. Souza (independent); Mark R. Henry (R, I).

Town Council (vote for two): Timothy P. Collins (D); Martin Bouchard (D); Willie Giroux (R); Cathy A. Devins (R).

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