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Local roundup from the November 6, 2018 general election…
STATE SENATE (46th District): Incumbent Republican George Amedore defeated Democrat Pat Strong, 64,051-49,124.
STATE ASSEMBLY (102nd District): Incumbent Republican Chris Tague defeated Democrat Aidan O’Connor, Jr., 28,053-20,858.
US CONGRESS (19th District): Democrat Anthony Delgado defeated Incumbent Republican John Faso, 122,644-117,029.
GREENE COUNTY TREASURER: Incumbent Republican Peter Markou defeated Democrat Lee McGunnigle, 10,612-6,406.
LOCAL ‘NEWCOMERS’: Greenville Town Councilman Greg Davis (R/C) was unopposed in his bid for Greene County legislator, taking 1,143 votes. Greenville’s current county Legislator and Legislative Chairman Kevin Lewis (R/C) opted not to seek reelection to the county, but rather ran unopposed for Greenville town justice, taking 1,194 votes.
Patricia Handel (R/C/) was unopposed in her bid for Greene County legislator in Durham. Handel has previously served on the legislature. Current Legislator Aidan O’Connor, Jr. opted not to seek reelection.
*Note: Numbers above are expected to change in the coming weeks after absentee ballots are counted. At this time, the numbers are not expected to change outcomes.