The Woodstock Republican Committee at its September 15 caucus injected new life into the local electoral season by choosing independent candidate Lorin Rose for town supervisor over Jeremy Wilber, the freshly minted Democratic nominee, and endorsing the Town Board candidacies of Peter Cross and Ken Panza, who will face incumbent councilman Jay Wenk in a three-way race for two seats in the fall election.
Rose, who had already secured a place on the general election’s ballot as the nominee of the Common Sense Party, which he created, handily defeated Wilber by a vote of 45 to 21 in . . .
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