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What you need to know for 01/20/2017

Primary Day!

Primary Day!

This year's primary races include a contentious battle for the Republican nomination in the Saratoga
Primary Day!
Election season is in full swing in the Capital Region.

Today's primary races include a contentious battle for the Republican nomination in the Saratoga County Sheriff's race, a three-way Republican fight to be mayor of Gloversville and a battles for the Independence Party nomination in Saratoga Springs.

All the information your need for the primaries is available at our Election Guide.


For a list of all the notable primaries, click here.

Below are links to some of our coverage this primary season, with the oldest articles at the top:

June 6: Republican primary looms in Malta town justice race

July 15: Primaries likely in Glove cities

July 17: Gloversville's mayoral race shows signs of confusion

July 24: Republican Saratoga Springs candidates for Independence Party primary

Aug. 1: Two candidates must run as write-ins in Niskayuna primary

Aug. 1: Saratoga County sheriff candidate to remain on GOP primary ballot

Aug. 13: AROUND SARATOGA: Democrats have fundraising edge heading into Independence primary

Sept 2: Gildersleeve, Zurlo seek Saratoga County sheriff’s star

Sept. 4: Increased interest credited for busy Fulton County primary

Sept. 4: Town Board member faces town supervisor in Malta primary

Sept. 4: Democratic primary likely to designate Albany's next mayor

Sept. 4: Four run in Independence primaries in Saratoga Springs

Sept. 4: Montgomery County primary to offer voters first taste of new government

Sept. 6: Two seek to become Schenectady County Family Court judge

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