Waddington supervisor loses GOP primary, says he’ll find another way onto November ballot
By JIMMY LAWTON
WADDINGTON – Despite losing the Republican endorsement, Town Supervisor Mark Scott says he will be on the ballot in November.
Scott failed to gain Republican support in last week’s primary race. Challenger Sandy Wright won the GOP nod with 151 votes compared to Scott’s 97 votes.However, Scott said in an email that he will still be on the ballot in November. He did not specify what party line he would run under.
Scott was elected to the town board in 2008 and served two years before becoming town supervisor. Wright served as town clerk for 17 years and frequently attends board meetings.
For more information on the candidates see earlier story.