Mancini garnered 1,051 votes and Blaisdell received 854 votes. Blodgett won over 560 voters and Kerr trailed with 389. Voters were allowed to select two candidates for this race.
The Independence Party line for town justice was also decided in Milton " Mark Juda beat out incumbent Carlos Calderon III by eight votes to two.
In what was easily the tightest race of the night, Democrat choice George Seymour and Republican incumbent Mary Beth Hynes won the right to appear on the Independence Party lines in November's Ballston Town Board election, both inching out Democrat Jeremy Knight by a single vote.
Seymour and Hynes received 32 votes, and Knight took in 31. Voters were allowed to choose two candidates. As their major party endorsements went unopposed, all three candidates will appear on November's ballot.
In the City of Saratoga Springs, six votes cast by Working Families Party members won that line for Democratic Public Safety Commissioner hopeful Kevin Connelly over Republican Richard Wirth, and put Democrat Peter Martin on the line for Finance Commissioner over Republican incumbent Ken Ivins.
In both races, the vote split five votes to one.