Felt wins race for treasurer, 18-year-old Flynn loses to Acres, Sutherland wins District 7, Small takes Ogdensburg judge primary
Republican St. Lawrence County treasurer candidate Kevin Felt easily won a hard-fought campaign to be his party's candidate, beatlng rival David Button 3,045-1897.
Currently Deputy Treasurer for the county for the past two years, Felt won with 62 percent of the vote against Button, Canton town supervisor who also served as town councilman and village mayor.In the Ogdensburg Republican primary for City Judge, William R. Small beat out Mary E. Rain 370-157, with all districts reporting.
In County Legislative District 8, Kevin Acres won out against 18-year-old Matthew J. Flynn II 331-158. The district covers Madrid and parts of Canton and Potsdam.
In County Legislative District 7, Scott Sutherland beat Lucien N. Plante 351-273 with all districts reporting
In the GOP race for 23rd Congressional candidate, Alex Bay investor Matthew Doheny is leading Saranac Lake conservative Douglas L. Hoffman,2,722-2,213 among St. Lawrence County voters
In perhaps the smallest voter turnout, in County Legislative District 15, Kevin Peretta sneaked by Jonathan Putney, 9-8, in a Conservative party primary vote for county legislator.
In three-way race for Hopkinton Town Justice, David Beekman sneaked out a win with 41 votes, compared to 36 for Stephen J. Bory and 21 for Joachim Joe Van Ells.
For complete results for these and state-wide races, visit the St. Lawrence County Board of Elections primary results page.