Primary races in St. Lawrence County to decide on two Democratic candidates, a dozen for the GOP and one in the Conservative Party are set for Tuesday, Sept. 13.
The only countywide primary is to decide on the Conservative Party’s choice to run for family court judge, between Cecily LaVigne Morris and Andrew Moses.
Democrats will be picking candidates to run for two township offices, Hermon Town Supervisor, between Rose R. Warren and Kelly J. Reed, and Clifton Town Justice, between John G. Dragun and Mark A. Friden.
Republicans will be picking candidates from among four choices for Ogdensburg City Council -- Wayne L. Ashley, Jeffrey A. Mooney. William D. Hosmer, and James R. Amo – and for several other township races.
• Town of Clare Clerk, Atonda Martin, Robin L. Ward
• Town of Fowler Supt. of Hwys., Randy L. Durham, Gary C. Williams
• Town of Hammond Supt. of Hwys., Donald Greene, Edgar J. Amyot
• Town of Hammond Councilman, James E. Langtry, Merritt V. Young, Howard W. Demick, James C. Pitcher
• Town of Hopkinton Supt. of Hwys., Francis Frank Barney, Ronald W. Streeter
• Town of Macomb Clerk, Beverly A. Fleming, Nicole L. Measheaw-Cox
• Town of Macomb Supt. of Hwys., Ronald L. Cardinell, Donald L. Bayne Jr.
• Town of Pierrepont Supervisor, Jane B. Powers, Ricky W. Brewer
• Town of Pierrepont Councilman, John H. McIntosh, Neil W. Thomas, Chad VanBrocklin
• Town of Pitcairn Supt. of Hwys., John F. Conlin, Donald G. Mallette.
Party members may vote for their party’s candidates at local polling places Sept. 13.