(10:18 PM) Anthony Dolce Wins Ward 2 Primary, Wilfong Wins Mayoral Primary; Borrello Still Leads Senate Primary
David Wilfong has won the Republican primary for Jamestown mayor, 480-271, over Andrew Liuzzo with all precincts reporting.
Also in Jamestown, Anthony Dolce, R-Ward 2, has earned the Republican Party’s spot on the November election ballot by defeating Raven Thompson, 119-34.
In the four-county state Senate primary, County Executive George Borrello leads Curtis Crandall of Cattaraugus County, 6,082 to 2,137. The tally is complete for Chautauqua and Livingston counties with 13 of 34 precincts reporting in Allegany County (where Crandall leads, 817-263) and 21 of 51 precincts reporting in Cattaraugus County (where Borrello leads 375-227). Borrello won Chautauqua County, 4,502 to 400, and Livingston County by a tally of 942 to 693.
Kevin Muldowney has a 125-54 lead over Ronald P. Hall in the primary for the Republican Party’s nomination for Chautauqua County Legislature’s seat in District 1. With one precinct yet to report, Bill Ward leads Richard Syper, 142-106, in the race for the Republican nomination for the District 18 seat on the Chautauqua County Legislature.
Russell Payne has defeated Laura Smith in the Republican primary for Carroll Town Supervisor, 188-159, while Susan Rowley leads Tenneil Stelmack in the Republican primary for Carroll Town Clerk, 192-156, and in the Independence Party primary for clerk, 20-19.
Joshua Ostrander leads the Republican primary for Kiantone town supervisor, 74-27, over Kevin Myers.
Mark E. Jaquith and Harold J. North lead the Republican primary for the Charlotte Town Board with 85 and 73 votes, respectively. John T. Conway received 28 votes.
In the race for French Creek highway superintendent, Stephen Linton received 104 votes with Brian Malecki receiving 44 votes. Three candidates were vying for two Republican nominations for the Mina Town Board: Ernest Roach received 87 votes, Stephen Burmaster received 68 votes and Kerry Mulkearn received 43 votes.
Results will be updated shortly as more results are received.