LITTLE VALLEY — Primary contests were hotly contested in several communities on Tuesday.
All election results, taken from the Cattaraugus County Board of Elections official website, are unofficial and subject to an official canvass and do not include absentee or affidavit ballots.
With several races within only a few votes of each other, winners may not be decided until recanvassing, which may take up until July 15 according to the state’s election calendar.
CITY OF SALAMANCA
Voters in the Democratic, Republican, Conservative and Independence parties backed Matthew Swenton over incumbent William Gabler for city judge. Swenton received 329 Democratic, 149 Republican, 21 Independence and 10 Conservative votes, compared to 61, 37, 4 and 4 for Gabler, respectively.
TOWN OF DAYTON
Supervisor Angie Mardino-Miller appeared to defeat David Kohler for the Republican nomination for town supervisor, 131- 129.
Paul Luce and Jake Hansen-Ivett received 152 and 142 votes for two Republican town board nominations. Susan Taber received 129 votes.
Brian Taber received 135 votes for the Republican nomination as highway superintendent, while Thomas Chupa received 129.
TOWN OF GREAT VALLEY
Republicans chose incumbent Jack Harrington over James Brennan 73-28, for town highway superintendent. Harrington is also on the Working Families line in November.
TOWN OF NAPOLI
Republican voters chose incumbent John Adams and Daniel Martonis for two town board nominations, with 37 and 21 votes. Michelle Clinger received 14 votes. Martonis and Adams are also on the Conservative line in November, while Clinger will be on the Democratic line along with Robert Bedell.