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Republicans win big in several Schenectady County towns

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Republicans made gains in all three western Schenectady County towns, landing Town Board majorities in both Princetown and Duanesburg, while picking up a couple seats in Rotterdam. The election means the town boards in both Princetown and Duanesburg will be all-Republican. And the party also maintained its stronghold in Glenville, where all five Town Board seats are now occupied by GOP members. The Democrats also lost their supermajority on the Rotterdam Town Board. Though Supervisor ...

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November 7, 2013
4:04 a.m.

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Election stats show princetown with two races too close to call, one is a tie, without having to count absentee ballots. Yet, you are reporting Kuhand a winner. And, what is the status of the town clerk position where stats show 2 points different. THE TOWN CLERK RACE HAS NOT EVEN SCORED A MENTION IN THIS ARTICLE. AND THE ARTICLE TODAY, THE 7th, COVERS SCHENECTADY COUNTY BUT TOTALLY EXCLUDES PRINCETOWN. I KNOW WE ARE SMALL BUT our residents are still looking for the results.