Democrats see local, state races in September primaries

NORWICH – Democrats and Republicans may head to the polls from noon to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12 to vote in New York’s primary elections that include two local races.

Republicans in the Town of Coventry may cast their votes for either newcomer Faith M. Sisk or incumbent (by appointment) George L. Westcott for Town Justice. The term is for a full four years.

Three candidates are vying for two seats on the Democratic County Committee in District 1 of the Town of Guilford. Democrats will be asked to decide among Mary L. Twitchell and Linda Albright-Seneck, both new to the two-year term position, and incumbent Richard E. Mackay.

Republicans K.T. McFarland and John Spencer run off to represent their party in the national election for United States Senator coming up later in November. The winner will take on the Democratic Party’s chosen candidate, either Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton or Jonathan B. Tasini.

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