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St. Lawrence County voters made their voices heard Tuesday in the race for Supreme Court justice, Fourth Judicial District.

Ann C. Crowell received 11,742 votes, Robert J. Chauvin received 9,938 votes, John A. Lahtinen had 8,938 votes and John M. Silvestri got 7,365 votes. There were 23 write-in votes.

The district covers 11 counties. Besides St. Lawrence, the district consists of the counties of Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Hamilton, Montgomery, Saratoga, Schenectady, Washington and Warren. The top three vote-getters districtwide will take the seats.

In Ogdensburg, Wayne L. Ashley, William D. Hosmer and Jennifer Stevenson were elected city councilors. Mr. Ashley took 1,873 votes, Mr. Hosmer garnered 1,852 and Ms. Stevenson took 1,183. They defeated James R. Amo, with 1,021 votes, Nicholas B. Friot, with 478 votes, and James L. McCoy, with 464 votes.

Robin L. Ward won the race for Clare town clerk with 32 votes, beating Atonda Martin, who received 23 votes.

Michael Johnson received 29 votes in the race for Clare highway superintendent, edging out Paul B. Colton, who had 27 votes.

The race for Clifton town justice was won by Mark A. Friden with 125 votes over John G. Dragun with 102 votes.

The election for two Clifton council positions was won by Chuck Trembley Jr. with 164 votes and Julia A. Lanphear with 147 votes. Colin R. Fraser had 102 votes.

Katheryn Hayes and Ronald G. Robert were elected to two Colton councilor positions, with 276 and 235 votes, respectively. They beat Joan Kilroy and Mary Jane Watson, who each had 197 votes. There was one write-in.

Debra A. Osborn was elected DeKalb town clerk with 183 votes over Dan Creazzo, who had 151 votes. There were three write-ins.

The two positions for DeKalb Town Council were won by Harold Lowery with 244 votes and John Frary with 196 votes. Gregory J. Coller received 188 votes.

Brian P. Donovan was elected Fine councilman with 169 votes and Susan N. Westbrook was elected Fine councilwoman with 158 votes. Emily M. Nolan received 152 votes, and there were two write-ins.

Michael J. Cappellino was elected Fowler supervisor with 219 votes, beating David L. Spilman with 201 votes. There was one write-in.

The two Fowler assessor positions were won by Robert Fuller with 300 votes and Robert G. Andrews Jr. with 264 votes. Terry Rose received 180 votes, and there was one write-in.

Karen M. Simmons and Natalie Spilman were elected Fowler councilwomen with 273 and 204 votes, respectively. Stephen R. Gale had 199 votes, Jeffery Weaver had 132 votes and there were two write-ins.

The race for Gouverneur supervisor was won by Robert R. Ritchie with 426 votes over Dylan Liebenow with 198 votes. There was one write-in.

Ronald W. Bertram was elected Hammond supervisor, beating Michele W. McQueer, 284-204.

Darlene V. Amyot was elected Hammond town clerk with 360 votes. She beat Jamey L. Wilkinson, who had 105 votes.

In the race for Hammond superintendent of highways, Donald Greene beat Edgar J. Amyot, 349-97.

The two Hammond council positions were won by Howard W. Demick, 293, and James C. Pitcher, 248. James E. Langtry and Merritt V. Young each had 211 votes.

Kelly J. Reed won the race for Hermon supervisor with 143 votes.

Although she was unopposed on the ballot, there were 64 write-in votes.

Darrel R. Whitton Jr. won the race for Hermon town justice with 128 votes. Bobbie Jo Thayer had 58 votes and Kathryn M. Ferrick-Stransky had 25.

A proposal in Hermon was voted into effect 83-55. The proposal will extend the term of the supervisor to four years.

The race for Hopkinton highway superintendent was won by Ronald W. Streeter with 194 votes. He beat Francis Frank Barney, who had 90 votes.

The race for two Hopkinton council positions was won by Susan M. Wood, 188, and Deborah M. Bagnato, 154. Gordon O. Jock had 94 votes, and there were four write-ins. There were 31 write-in votes for an unexpired Hopkinton councilor position; there were no candidates running on the ballot.

An election for an unexpired term as Lawrence superintendent of highways was won by Gary L. Sirles, who received 178 votes, over Shawn Donalis, who received 174.

The election for two Lawrence councilor positions was won by Gerald F. St. Hilaire Jr., who received 245 votes, and Donald C. Ayers, who received 202. Joseph Dissottle had 148 votes.

Two Louisville council positions were won by Gail Schneider, 456, and Roy A. Beshaw, 397, over David H. Moulton, 377.

Nicole L. Measheaw-Cox won the election for Macomb town clerk with 164 votes. Beverly A. Fleming had 108 votes.

In the race for Macomb superintendent of highways, Ronald L. Cardinell won with 168 votes over Donald L. Bayne Jr. with 99 votes.

There were no write-ins for the Parishville assessor race, which had no candidates on the ballot.

There was one write-in for the position of Piercefield town justice, which had no candidate on the ballot.

Larry P. Boeye was elected to one of two open Piercefield councilor positions, with six write-in votes and no other candidate on the ballot.

The race for Pierrepont supervisor was won by Tom Latimer with 390 votes over Jane B. Powers with 236 votes. Mr. Latimer is on the Pierrepont town board.

In the election for two Pierrepont councilor positions, Neil W. Thomas won with 362 votes and John H. McIntosh won with 314, edging out William J. Mein with 313 votes and Michael Ashley with 182.

In the race for Pitcairn supervisor, Clyde Sam Frank Jr. beat Claude F. Sprowls, 136-80.

Nancy J. McIntosh was elected Pitcairn superintendent of highways with 100 votes, beating John F. Conlin, who had 66 votes, and Donald G. Mallette, who had 59.

George Morris Hart, who received 150 votes, and Lawrence D. Evans, who took 113, were elected Pitcairn councilmen over Leland D. Ryan,who received 102 votes.

Lawrence White was elected Russell highway superintendent with had 325 votes. Gregory J. Meilleur received 121 votes.

In the race for two Russell council positions, Sally-Beth Finnerty and Tom Robinson won with 281 and 233 votes, respectively. Charles Kerr had 179 votes and Christopher Kelley had 95.

A proposal in Russell was voted into effect 206-140. The proposal will raise the appropriation for the Russell Public Library from $16,500 to $20,000 through taxes.

The race for Stockholm superintendent of highways was won by Jeff Russell, who took 491 votes, over Hugh A. Ramsdell, who received 190 votes.

In the race for two Stockholm council positions, Nancy Lynch, who took 363 votes, and Fernando Rufa, who received 300 votes, were elected over Kevin E. Fiske, 297 votes, and Vickie L. Crump, 290 votes.

Sylvia Kingston and Joe Frank were elected to two Canton trustee positions with 503 and 428 votes, respectively. Charles Rouse had 304 votes, and there was one write-in.

Two Rensselaer Falls trustee positions were won by Steve L. Hammond with 35 votes and Michael S. Hammond with 31 votes, over Susan R. Reynolds with 20 votes. There was one write-in vote.

Christopher Miller won the race for Gouverneur mayor over incumbent Dorothy L. Vorce, 236-202. There was one write-in vote.

The race for Potsdam mayor was won by Steve Yurgartis, who beat Sharon Hutchinson, 743-255. There was one write-in.

In the race for two Potsdam trustee positions, Eleanor Hopke and Reinhold J. Tischler won with 612 and 402 votes, respectively. Joseph Goliber had 355 votes, Richard Hutchinson had 275 and Mark T. Lee had 253. There were three write-ins.

Janet M. Otto-Cassada was re-elected Waddington mayor with 196 votes, beating Matthew D. O’Bryan with 121 votes. There were 10 write-ins.

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