ELECTION RESULTS: Winners and losers from village contests (full-coverage)

The surprise from Tuesday’s slate of village elections was the loss of incumbent Waterloo Trustee David Duprey who has served on the board since 1996.

In races that generated very few votes — Democrat Gina Suffredini and Republican John Butlak both secured seats on the Village Board.

Butlak received 250 votes, while Suffredini secured 213. While there are still 44 votes remaining to be counted; in form of absentee ballots — the margins are such currently that it would require most of the votes to go Duprey’s way.

That said, the results are still “unofficial.”

Those absentee ballots will be counted on Tuesday at 10 am.

Duprey secured 195 votes, finishing in third place. While Brian Preston and Damon Monroe secured 92 and 66 votes each.

In other races around the Finger Lakes:

Linda Woodard received 140 votes — winning an unopposed mayoral race in Cayuga Heights. Jennifer Biloski, Richard Robinson, and Peter Salton all won two-year terms on the village board. Meloney McMurry received 138 votes to fill a one-year vacancy on the village board, as well.

Reba Taylor won the mayoral race in Dryden. Michael Murphy and Thomas Sinclair won two available seats in the village board. Christen gibbons lost in her bid for village board, only receiving 82 votes.

Christopher Neville, a Republican, no a contested race against Faith Elizabeth Tyler, a Democrat in the mayoral race in Groton. Elizabeth Conger, and Michael Holl, both Republicans defeated Democrats Jeffrey John Toolan, and David Dematteo for seats on the village board.

Richard Richardson defeated Charles Bosman to be named mayor in Interlaken. Tony Delpato and Christopher Kempf won two trustee seats.

David Terry secured a four-year term as Ovid Mayor receiving 20 votes overall. Mary Ose and June Favreau won two village board seats in Ovid, as well; both received 20 votes.

Incumbant Skaneateles Mayor Marty Hubbard won another four-year term.

In the Village of Jordan, Mayor Richard Platten won re-election to a position he has held since 1979. It only took 56 votes to do so, but he will continue another term as mayor.

Tim Stapleton and Karen Simko both received enough votes to win two available four-year terms on Jordan Village Council. They received 63 and 49 votes respectively.

Meanwhile, Victor Trustee Gary Hadden won a four-year term as mayor. Trustees Larry Rhodes and Michael Crowley won bids for new terms on council.

Daniel Blondell and Melissa Kumkey both won new terms on the Clifton Springs Village Board. Scott Janas, a Democrat, lost the three-way race.

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