Voters go bipartisan in Lloyd, elect Hansut

Voters in Lloyd elected a mixed slate of two Republicans and one Democrat to the Town Board on Tuesday night. According to the Ulster County Board of Elections, former county legislator Paul Hansut will become the new supervisor. He earned 1,168 votes to his rival Jon Decker’s 809.

“Obviously, I’m happy that I won,” said Hansut, a Republican, after the county released initial election results. “I’m very grateful to the voters for their support.”

Hansut noted that it seemed that just under . . .


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