St. Lawrence County communities holding primary elections on June 25
Monday, June 17, 2019 - 1:41 pm

Primaries will be held in Potsdam, Ogdensburg and several other communities throughout St. Lawrence County June 25, with polls open from noon to 9 p.m.

In Potsdam, Toni Kennedy, Marty Miller and Keith D. Mitchell are vying for two Democratic nods for town council. Potsdam is divided into 8 election districts. Voting for districts 1 and 2 will be at Potsdam Amvets Post 282, U.S. Highway 11. Voting in districts 3 and 8 will be at the Norwood Municipal Building, South Main Street. Voting for districts 4,6 and 7 will be at Potsdam Town Offices, Elm Street. Voting for district 5 will be at Potsdam High School, Leroy Street.

In Ogdensburg, Justin L. Jones, William Dillabough, David Price and Steven Fisher are competing for three Republican endorsements for city council seats. In Ogdensburg there are six elections districts and three polling places. Voters in districts 1 to 3 will vote at the Ogdensburg Dobisky Center. Voters in districts 4 and 5 will vote at the fire hall. Voters in district 6 will vote at St. Joseph’s Nursing Home.

In Clifton, Mark Friden and John Dragon are both seeking the Democratic and Republican nominations for town justice. A polling place has not yet been set for Clifton.

In Fowler, Ronald Blair, Jeffery Andrews and Karen Simmons are competing for two Republican nominations for town council. Voting will be held at Fowler Town Hall, Little York Road.

In Hermon, Karen A. Wayering and Megan Sharpe are both seeking the Republican nomination for town clerk. Voting will be held at Hermon Town Hall, Church Street.

In Lisbon, James Armstrong and William Nelson are both seeking the Republican and Conservative endorsements for town supervisor. Angela McLear, Ashley Gray and Alberta Hyde are all seeking the Republican nomination for town clerk. Ashley Gray and Alberta Hyde are also seeking the Conservative nomination for the same position. Voting will be at Lisbon Hepburn Library, County Route 10.

In Louisville, Melissa Quintavalle and William Shirley are both seeking the Republican nomination for highway superintendent. Voting will be held at Louisville Municipal Building on State Highway 37.

In Macomb, Aaron Cardinell and Bill Law are seeking the Republican nomination for highway superintendent. John Simmons and Aaron Cardinell are both seeking the Independence nomination for the same position. Meanwhile Bret Martin, Linda Cardinell, Richard Youngs and Shawn Clark are competing for two Republican nominations for town council. Voting will be held at Macomb Town Hall, State Highway 58.

In Morristown, James Phillips Jr. and Arik Turner are both seeking the Republican nomination for town justice. Meanwhile David Van Arnam, Gary Turner and Ethyn Moquin are competing for two Republican endorsements for town council. Voting will take place at Morristown Fire Hall, Morris Street.