Races are scheduled throughout Fulton County during Tuesday’s elections.
Here is a list of the candidates on the ballot:
Running unopposed for Fulton County clerk is Republican Ann Nickloy. Republican Edgar Terry Blodgett is running unopposed for treasurer.
State Supreme Court
In the state Supreme Court 4th Judicial District race, three candidates are seeking two seats. They are Democrat Mark L. Powers, and Thomas Nolan and Stan Pritzker, running on the Republican and Conservative lines.
Republican and Conservative candidate Dayton King is squaring off against Working For You candidate James Handy in the mayoral race.
Republicans Gerald Yost, Robert Shell and Wayne McCann are running for three Water Board seats.
Democrat and Community Roots candidate Robin Wentworth and Republican James Robinson are running for the councilman-at-large position.
In Ward 1, Marie Born is running for supervisor under the Democratic and American Spirit lines. In Ward 2, Frank Lauria Jr. is running unopposed for supervisor under the Democratic and Liberty party lines. In Ward 3, Democrat Stephen Mahoney and Republican Michael Gendron are running for supervisor. In Ward 4, Republican Charles Potter is running unopposed for supervisor. On the ballot for 5th Ward supervisor will be Republican Matthew Myers, Community Party candidate Gregory Young and Moderate Party candidate Michael Rooney. Myers, however, has moved and would not serve if elected. In Ward 6, Republican Warren Greene is running unopposed for supervisor.
City of Johnstown
In the mayoral race, Democrat Michael Julius, Republican Scott Jeffers and Conservative Helen Martin are running against each other.
Thomas Walsh, a Republican, is running unopposed for City Court judge, while Republican Michael Gifford is running unopposed for city treasurer. Honest Party candidate John Pradelski is running unopposed for a Water Board seat.
For councilman-at-large, Republican Bryan Marcucci and Common Sense candidate Christopher Swatt are running against each other.
For Ward 1 supervisor, Republican Richard Handy is running unopposed. In Ward 2, Republican G. Michael Kinowski is running for supervisor, while Republican Kathi Iannotti is running for city council. In Ward 3, Republican John Jack E. Callery is running unopposed for supervisor. In Ward 4, Republican William Waldron is running unopposed for supervisor and Republican Edwin Queeney III is running unopposed for councilman.
Republican George Capek and New Era Party candidate Walter H. Rumrill Jr. are running for town supervisor.
Edgar Terry Blodgett, a Republican, is running unopposed for town treasurer.
Republican Joanne Capek-Young is seeking the town justice seat unopposed. For town highway superintendent, Democrat David A. Stowell, Republican and Bulldog Party candidate Richard Crum Jr. and Highway Party candidate Leo Miller are running against each other. Republican Arthur E. Madison Jr. is running unopposed for assessor.
Republican and Conservative James K. Groff is running against Wisest Choice candidate and incumbent Linda Kemper for town supervisor.
Republican Elaine Mihalik is running unopposed for town clerk and Republican John R. Farquhar is running unopposed for town justice.
For town council, Republicans Daryl Roosa and Art Simmons are running against People’s Choice candidate Guy Poulin. Simmons also is running under the Conservative party and Roosa under the Unite N’Hampton line. Christopher Kip Richardson, a Republican, is running unopposed for highway superintendent, and Elaine Dodge, a Republican, is running unopposed for tax collector.
Town of Broadalbin
Republican Thomas Christopher is running against Conservative incumbent Joseph DiGiacomo for town supervisor. Christopher also is running under the Patriot line.
For town clerk, Republican Valerie Everson is running unopposed. Republican William Jennings is running unopposed for town justice. Larry Ruzycky and Tina Winney, both Republicans and Conservatives, are running for two town council positions. Joseph McDonald, on the Republican and Assessor Party lines, is running unopposed for town assessor. Linda Eastman, a Republican, is running unopposed for tax collector.
Town of Mayfield
Republican and Conservative Vince Coletti, Republican Steven VanAllen and Conservative Jack Putnam are running for two town council positions.
Wayne McNeil is running unopposed as a Republican and Conservative for town justice, while Democrats Walter Kowalczyk and Timothy Korona are running for two town council positions.
For the town’s highway superintendent, Democrat and Alternative Party candidate David Dopp is running against Workman’s Party’s Stanley Korona Jr.
Bernard Leavitt Jr., a Democrat, and Robert E. Johnson Jr. of the We the People Party are competing for town supervisor.
Republican Diana B. Massicotte is running unopposed for tax collector and town clerk.
Republican Allen R. Perkins, Hometown candidate Wainwright Raymo and Garden Gal candidate Joan Ploss are running for two town council seats.
Charles Goodwin, Democrat and Hunting Camp candidate, is competing with Republican and Voice of Reason candidate Gary Rumrill Sr. for highway superintendent.
Republican David Howard Jr. is running unopposed for supervisor.
Republicans Toni Johnson, James Olson and Paul S. Brink are running unopposed for town clerk, town justice and highway superintendent, respectively.
Republican David Bartholomew and the Sportsman’s Party’s Darren Smith are running for two town council positions.
Town of Johnstown
Democrat John Zawadski, Republicans Walter Lane and James Westover, and We the People candidate Tamara Healy are running for two town council seats. Zawadski and Lane also are running under the Citizens Unite and Down to Earth lines, respectively.
Republican Ralph Ottuso and Democrat Ronald McLain are running for town supervisor.
Republican Linda Gilbert and Greta Party candidate Greta Frasier are competing in the town clerk race.
Republicans Anthony Sturico and John Clen and Independence Party candidate George Hamilton are running for two town council seats. Republican Stephen Putman is running unopposed for highway superintendent.
Republican John Keppler Jr. is running unopposed for town justice. Republicans George Cosselman and Thomas Miles are running for two town council positions. Cynthia Wesselmann, a Republican, is running unopposed for tax collector.