After months of campaigning and 18 hours of polling, nothing has been decided in the race for the town of Whitehall’s top administrator’s position.
In Whitehall, there is no one named “unopposed” on the ballot. In every race for the 2009 General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 3, every seat up for grabs in the town of Whitehall has at least two people running for the position, starting at the top administrator’s job.
Another site has been proposed for the new town and village offices, but the officials who may make the final decision are not overly eager to pursue it. The latest option was pitched by Dick Emerson, the owner of The Line Townhouses in Whitehall.
It took a little longer than usual, but the Whitehall town supervisor Republican primary did have a winner by the end of the night on Tuesday.
Judge Richard Gordon has opted to step down from the bench in order to pursue a run for Whitehall town supervisor.