New York State voters on November 7, 2017 will be asked whether there should be a constitutional convention, if convicted felons should lose their state pensions and if it should be easier for towns to use state forest land for projects.
The contest for state supreme court justice in the Third Judicial District pits Ulster Democrat Julian Schreibman against Albany County Republican Peter Crummey.
The race in county legislature District 6, which covers the city’s third, fifth and ninth wards, features a contest between Dave Donaldson on the Democratic and Working Families party lines and Jean Jacobs running on the Republican and Independence Party Lines.
A look at the town and county races in Saugerties.
The race for Ulster County Legislature’s seventh district was roiled last week by the release of a dashcam video of a May 24 incident involving Berky and Town of Ulster Police Officer Gary Short.
Many races are unopposed, but the few contests are well contested. An overview of town and county races in the northwest quadrant of Ulster County.
Who’s running for what.
If the risks of a constitutional convention are high, so is the prize: real reform of Albany’s notoriously corrupt system.
The November 7 election will represent the first time in over two decades that retiring GOP supervisor Gary Bellows has not been on the ballot. Republican John Perry will attempt to succeed him. Democrat Tracey Kellogg hopes to take the town in a different direction
Peplow is running on the Democrat and Conservative party lines. Giangrasso is running both as a Republican and on the Lloyd 21st Century party line.