Local races shape up across the county before Nov. 6

Staff reports

Though multiple candidates are running for an office in several Steuben County towns, many town justice and councilman candidates are running unopposed.

Voting will be from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Nov. 6. Here are some races voters will impact next month.

Bath

Democratic candidate Kyle Lowery and Incumbent Republican nominee Rhonda Tobias are squaring off in the town clerk race.

Campbell

Patricia L. Horton and Douglas L. Horton, both Republican-line candidates, are each running for one of two town justice positions.

Fremont

Endorsed Republican Donna Olin is the sole candidate running to fill a vacancy for a one-year, unexpired term as town councilman.

Pulteney

Mary Hope Benedict, who has the Democratic line, is running unopposed for town justice.

Thurston

Sue E. Conlkin, who is endorsed by the Republican party, is the only candidate running to fill a vacancy for a one-year, unexpired term as town councilman.

Urbana

Purple Party candidate John R. Jensen is the sole candidate to fill a vacancy for a one-year, unexpired term as town councilman.