The candidates are Faye Storms, Nancy Holgate and Kevin Van Blarcum.
The district includes the towns of Shandaken, Olive, Denning, and Hardenburgh.
Jeanne Walsh is running unopposed for reelection as town supervisor for the Town of Rosendale, endorsed by the Democrat, Republican and Conservative Parties.
Paul Hansut faces one opponent intent on unseating the incumbent as Lloyd town supervisor this year, Fred Pizzuto.
Incumbent Marybeth Majestic is seeking reelection to her second term as town supervisor for the Town of Gardiner. Her challenger is Lisa Lindsley
One-term incumbent New Paltz Town Supervisor Neil Bettez faces two challengers to his reelection bid; both his town council colleague Marty Irwin and longtime activist and gadfly MaryAnn Tozzi will also each be on the ballot.
Kingston Republicans have severed ties with a county legislature candidate who criticized a mural depicting Native Americans for sending a potentially divisive “ethnic message,” rather than celebrating Kingston’s “original heritage.” Campaign Committee Chairman Jerry Brown said, “Her views are her own and have nothing to do with us.”
Candidate Jean Jacobs said the images send a potentially divisive “ethnic message,” rather than celebrating Kingston’s “original heritage.”
A spurned candidate, cross-endorsements, appointment speculation… We’re five weeks away from the election and things are finally coming into focus in the races for town supervisor and town board.
Inspired in part by the council’s vote to declare Kingston a sanctuary city, there’s a new slate of energized Republicans looking to make waves this November. They share a core message: Fiscal conservatism, wariness about tax breaks for developers and skepticism about plans to build more low-income housing in Kingston.