Despite a majority of races in Tuesday’s village elections being uncontested, a few seats were challenged throughout Steuben County.
In the Village of Bath, Republicans Jeanne Glass and Michael Sweet won two-year terms as village trustees, with 143 votes and 170 votes respectively.
Republican Michael McNally won the unexpired one-year trustee term on the village board with 136 votes.
Democrat Ira Hale, who was seeking a two-year term, received 93 votes.
The other contested races in Steuben County were in Savona and Hammondsport.
Democratic challenger Jason R. Miller, and Brian Scott, who ran on both Democratic and Republican lines, won 2-year terms on the Savona Village Board, with 53 and 66 votes respectively. Republican incumbent Christopher McCann lost his seat with just 43 votes.
And in Hammondsport, Democrats Anne Green (92 votes) and Barbara Keck (88 votes), took the village’s two open 2-year board seats over Republican Dave Luppino, who received 68 votes.
In Bath, Mayor Bill von Hagn was unopposed for re-election on both the Democratic and Republican tickets.
In Painted Post, all incumbents were running unopposed.
Mayor Roz Crozier Jr., a Republican, received 47 votes.
Trustees Richard V. Lewis and Ralph Foster, also Republicans, were re-elected to four-year terms with 50 votes apiece.
Republican trustee David W. Smith was elected to a two-year term with 52 votes.
In other villages:
• Addison: Republican trustees Scott Green and Patrick McClean were unopposed for re-election for new two-year terms.
• Riverside: Incumbents Carol Ferratella (Republican) and Jordan Turner (Democrat) were unopposed for re-election to new two-year terms.
• South Corning: Incumbent trustees James A. Thomas (Democrat) and Chester Tuttle (Republican) were unopposed for re-election to new two-year terms.