It’s possible that after next Tuesday, two of the four coroners in Washington County could reside in Whitehall. Seven candidates are running for four open coroner seats, including two from Whitehall. Republican candidate Ruth Scribner is vying for a return to the position after spending the last four years as one of the coroners in […]
It appears that George Armstrong will run uncontested for Whitehall’s Supervisor position after local democrats failed to nominate a candidate for supervisor during their caucus held last week. The party did put forth candidates for the other four positions during a brief caucus held on Saturday, Sept. 10 that will be on the ballet this […]
Whitehall voters will have a series of choices when they cast their ballots during the March 15 village elections. Republican Kan Bartholomew won his party’s caucus vote over William Rathbun and will be running for mayor. The Democrats nominated Peter Telisky, a former town supervisor and village mayor, who was the only candidate to file […]
Hicks picked Republicans take both local contests handily The contest ended as it began – cordially. Just before 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, Republican candidate for Granville town supervisor Matt Hicks took a phone call from his opponent, Democrat Tom Scott, conceding the 2010 election. Tuesday’s decisive 271-vote win by Hicks was a sharp contrast to […]
Members of the Republican Party in Granville confirmed Tuesday night their candidate for supervisor will change for the election in November. The Sentinel learned at press time that Beverly Tatko, interim supervisor and candidate in the fall election for supervisor, has withdrawn her name as a candidate and will not run. Deputy Supervisor Matt Rathbun […]
Four for two. That is the number of candidates for the number of trustee seats in the upcoming village elections.