Tuesday, Nov. 6, is Election Day. Here's a list of the offices to be elected and the candidates vying for election. For race results, visit www.spotlightnews.com.
Town Supervisor Frank Thompson is the Republican incumbent. He was elected town supervisor in 2002.
John Cromie is running for supervisor on the Independence ticket.
Dave Forbes began his career with the town in 1994 as building and grounds supervisor. He became officially involved with local politics by becoming a Committee Person in District 8. Forbes assumed the responsibilities of highway superintendent in October 2002, successfully winning two primaries and two elections.
William J. Mevec is the Republican incumbent. He has served as town clerk for 33 years.
Marty Nardella is running on the Independence ticket.
Milton Town Board
Meg Stevens is the Democratic candidate for Milton town council. She has been an active volunteer in the village of Ballston Spa for more than 10 years. She is currently employed at Ballston Spa Central Schools, where she worked as a substitute teacher's aide, and is currently a special education aide.
Joe Miranda has been a council member in Milton since 1995, serving as deputy supervisor for six years under former town supervisor Wilbur Trieble. He also has been active in the Republican Party at the town, county and state level. He was Milton Republican Party Treasurer for five years.
Allison Saul began serving on the zoning board of appeals in 2001. A year later, she become a member of the town center committee, then ran for a seat on the Milton Town Board, where she has served for four years.
Douglas Bennett is running for town council on the Independence party line.
Carl Englehart is the incumbent Republican candidate running uncontested.
Tim Thomas, Jr., is the incumbent Republican running uncontested.