Last week’s primary sorted out some ballot positions for the November general election.
In the Town of Columbia, challenger Nathan Seamon will be on the Republican line for town supervisor, having beat incumbent George Weiss in the primary 209-72.
Four people were running for the two Republican ballot lines for the town board. Winning the two spots were incumbent Councilman H. Ed Reed with 155 votes and challenger Ryan Fagan with 148. Councilman Gene Doremus received 126 votes and challenger Richard Smith received 86.
Nicole Edwards is the Republican candidate for Litchfield town clerk, having received 28 votes to 12 for Michele Crossman.
Mary Pratt beat Donald Thomas for both the Republican and Conservative ballot lines for Oneida County District 16 legislator, an area that includes Bridgewater. Pratt won the Republican line 339-197 and the Conservative line 25-6.
In the Town of Richfield Larry Frigault will be the Republican candidate for town supervisor, having received 135 votes to 111 for Paul Palumbo.
The two Republican spots for town council were won by Frederick Eckler with 129 and Dan Sullivan with 124. Edward Bello Jr. received 118 votes and Penny Simonds-Tibbits 116.