ALLEGANY, NY — Unofficial results indicate the elections in the Town of Allegany were dominated by Republican candidates.
The race for town supervisor was between James Hitchcock and Darla Busan.
Hitchcock, who has served for 14 years as a councilman and was the 2018 interim supervisor for the town, has 1,081 votes on the Republican, Conservative and Independence party lines.
Busan, who ran on the Democratic and Working Families party lines, received 535 votes.
Town council seats were won by incumbent Craig Maguire and challenger Andrew Cooper, both Republicans. They defeated Democratic challengers Peggy Burke and Christina Golley.
Maguire received 1,000 votes; Cooper, 935; Burke, 621, and Golley, 568.
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