Election Day Nov. 3
Granville polling places
District Five: North Granville – the North Granville Community Center, next door to the firehouse off Route 22.
District Four: Middle Granville – Independence Hall, the Penrhyn Engine and Hose Company firehouse, county Route 24.
Districts Three and Two: South Granville and Granville Village – the Granville Village Hall, Quaker Street.
District One: Granville east of the Mettowee River – the Granville Town Hall, Main Street.
Voters in Granville and across the state and nation will take to the polls Nov. 3 for Election Day. Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
The ballot will include the contest for supervisor in Granville between incumbent Rodger Hurley and Town Board member Mary Emery.
Also up for grabs between three candidates will be two Town Board seats vacated by Emery and Gary Gutowski. Running for those seats are Republicans Tom Cosey and Ken Quick and Democrat Linda Ellingsworth.
Donald Parker is running unopposed for town justice as a Republican.
Countywide, voters will be choosing the next Washington County district attorney in a contest between incumbent Kevin Kortright, who is running as an independent, and former District Attorney Rob Winn, the endorsed Republican and Conservative candidate.
Three candidates are seeking election to the New York State Supreme Court, including incumbent Justice Thomas E. Mercure, a Republican; Democrats Barry D. Kramer and Brian S. Stewart; and Republican Richard B. Meyer.
Voters will also weigh in on two proposals, according to the Washington County Board of Elections Web site.
Proposal number one is an amendment to section 1 of article 14 of the New York State Constitution, in relation to the use of certain forest preserve lands by National Grid to construct a 46kV power line along state Route 56 in St. Lawrence County.
Proposal number two is an amendment to article 3 of the New York State Constitution, in relation to authorizing the Legislature to allow prisoners to voluntarily perform work for nonprofit organizations.