OSWEGO COUNTY, NY – Oswego County Republicans and Conservatives will head to the polls today to weigh in on their candidate selections for two Oswego County judicial positions.
Incumbent Oswego County Court Judge Walter Hafner Jr. is being challenged for the GOP and Conservative nod by county Assistant District Attorney Robert Genant.
In the race for Family Court Judge, incumbent David Roman will face off against attorneys Salvatore Lanza and Kimberly Seager for the Republican endorsement.
Republican and Conservative Primaries are being held to determine the candidate for a one-year term on the Volney Town Council (incumbent Carlton Rusaw and Edward Wavle).
Other Republican Primaries planned today will determine candidates for:
- the Oswego County LegislatureÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s 17th District (incumbent legislator Mary Flett and Melvin Holliday)
- a one-year term for a Scriba Town Council position (incumbent Terrance Smith and Robert Greene)
- a one-year term for a Constantia Town Council position (Frank Tomaino or Ronald Darrow)
Polls will be open from noon to 9 p.m. Additional information about the Primary races that will be hosted today is available at the county Board of Elections Web site.
Voter information and a polling site locator is available at the state Board of Elections Web site.