Genute wins Norwich City Court Judge

NORWICH – The preliminary results issued by the Chenango County Board of Elections have indicated that Chenango County Assistant District Attorney Mike Genute has won the Norwich City Court Judge election after receiving roughly 48 percent of votes in the City of Norwich on Tuesday.



Genute received 763 votes of the 1,602 who cast their ballots in the city Tuesday, clinching the full-time judge seat over opponents Steve Natoli (I), who received 553 votes, and Maureen Byrne (D), who received 285 votes.

"I am honored and humbled by the voters' choosing me for such a significant role in this community," said Genute Tuesday evening after the victory. "I will be diligent and hardworking as the next city court judge to ensure that the law is applied fairly for everyone."


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