The unofficial election results are in from the county boards of election:
In Delaware County:
In the town of Sidney, Republican Gene Pigford wins the Supervisor position; winning town council seats were Democratic incumbent Pete Cordes, & Republican John Woodyshek
In the Town of Franklin, Republicans David Grant & Garrett Sitts win board seats,
In the Town of Masonville, Republican Michael Spaccaforno is re-elected Supervisor. Steven Roff and Betty Scott are elected to the town board.
In the town of Davenport, Dennis Valente was re-elected as supervisor. Republicans kitty Ballard and William Hansen won town board seats.
In deposit, Victor Davis and Carl Clark win town board seats,
In the town of Meredith: James Ellis is the new Supervisor,
In Otsego County:
Dan Crowell wins the election for county treasurer,
2 seats on the Town of Oneonta board were won by democrats Patricia Jacob & Andrew Stammell. Republicans Sean Farrell & Bruce Smith won the 2 town justice seats.
In the Town of Unadilla, Republicans Roger Cecce, George Banta, won 2 seats on the town Council
In the Town Of Butternuts, the supervisor is Charles Eckleman
The Otego town supervisor is Joseph Hurlburt.
In Chenango County,
In the Town of Afton, Republicans Robert Tallmadge, and Chris Warren win seats on the town board,
In the Town Of Guilford, for the 2 seats on the Town Council; Republicans Tomas Ives & Barbara O’Dell win.
In New Berlin, Robert Star is the supervisor, Wendy Rifanburg & John Parks are the winners for town board seats.
In the town of Oxford Lawrence Wilcox is the supervisor; Ronald Charles and John Hoffman win board seats.
In the Town of Coventry, the Supervisor is George Westcott, for Town Justice, Republican Joseph Agunzo wins
On the Town Council, Republicans Robert Boudreau & John Wicks win 2 seats on the board.
Some of these results could change pending the counting of absentee ballots.
New York voters approved of 5 of the 6 propositions on the ballot yesterday. Voters approved casino gambling, the only proposition to be voted down, would have raised the retirement age for certain judges to 80.
Binghamton police have identified the murder victim from Monday as 22 year old Jordan Dordell, who was Beaten, stabbed, bound, & set on fire, his 19 year old pregnant girlfriend was taken to Wilson Hospital where she is in critical condition, but is expected to survive. 25 year old Nigel Saunders and 21 year old Julian Talamantez were arraigned Tuesday on felony counts of first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder, they were sent to the Broome County jail without bail.