"I've been personally involved in two primaries, and this one was intense," said Miranda. "It was very competitive. We all did a lot of work door-to-door and with campaign literature to get the issues out there. No one wins on their own, and our campaign team was tireless."
Miranda said his campaigning is far from over.
"With Democrat Meg Stevens in the running, we can't go to sleep now, we have to keep running," said Miranda. "But overall, the primaries do show some faith in the town board that we're on the right track."
In the race for the town clerk endorsement, incumbent William Mevec received 966 votes; Martin Nardella received 728.
Dave Forbes, the town's highway supervisor, garnered 1,150 votes against challenger Mark Uebrick, who clocked in with 583 votes.""