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Slew of incumbents reelected in Halfmoon

Slew of incumbents reelected in Halfmoon

Slew of incumbents reelected in Halfmoon
Halfmoon Supervisor Kevin Tollisen speaks at the Year of the Senior Fall Harvest Festival at Milton Town Park October 25, 2019.
Photographer: Erica miller/gazette photographer

HALFMOON -- Incumbents in the town of Halfmoon, all of whom ran unopposed for various positions in town government, were re-elected to their respective offices on Nov. 5

Republican Kevin Tollisen, who will continue to serve as the town’s supervisor, secured 2,660 votes.

Lynda Bryan was re-elected as town clerk with 2,610 votes. John Wasielewski and Eric Catricala both retained seats on the Town Board, with 2,511 and 2,489 votes, respectively.

John Pingelski was re-elected to the highway superintendent position with 2,629 votes.
 

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