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Woodcock wins race for justice in Mohawk

November 7, 2012
The Leader Herald

FONDA - Curt Woodcock defeated Brett Collins in the race for Mohawk town justice, according to unofficial results from the Montgomery County Board of Elections.

Woodcock was the Republican candidate, winning with 662 votes.

Collins ran on the Democratic and Conservative party lines, earning 620 votes.

The following candidates were unopposed in other Montgomery County elections:

Montgomery County Family Court Judge Phil Cortese was re-elected with 10,535 votes.

County District Attorney James "Jed" Conboy won re-election with 10,303 votes.

In Glen, Jim Law received 539 votes in an unopposed bid for town justice.

In Minden, Cindea Bradley won a town justice seat with 484 votes, defeating Ronald Bentz, who had 211 votes, and Frank Alford, who had 469.

Joe Lewis III was elected to a seat on the town of Amsterdam Citizens Review Board, with 2,691 votes.

 
 

 

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