On one level, at least, the two-man race for town supervisor in the November 8 general election offers voters a clear choice. They can select a newcomer to the local electoral landscape, in the person of first-time candidate Lorin Rose, or return a former four-term supervisor, Jeremy Wilber, to the office he held from 2000 to 2007. Rose is the nominee of the Republican and Common Sense parties — the latter is an ad hoc vehicle that Rose created — while Wilber has been endorsed by the Democratic and Working Families parties.
Both candidates are longtime Woodstock residents. Wilber . . .
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