DUTCHESS COUNTY, N.Y. -- County and municipal seats will be up for grabs when voters head to the polls Tuesday in Dutchess.
In District 1, which represents the Town of Poughkeepsie, Republican incumbent Margaret Kakish faces Giancarlo Llaverias.
In District 2, which represents the towns of Pleasant Valley and Poughkeepsie, incumbent Republican Donald Sagliano faces Democrat Ranald Adams IV.
In District 4, which represents Hyde Park, incumbent Democrat Hannah Black faces Republican Harold Ramsey.
In District 5, which represents the Town of Poughkeepsie, Republican incumbent Ken Roman faces Democrat Pamela Kingsley.
In District 6, which represents the Town of Poughkeepsie, Democrat Rebecca Edwards faces Republican William Biskup.
In District 7, Hyde Park and the Town of Poughkeepsie, incumbent Republican William Truitt faces Democrat Paul Donnelly.
In District 8, which represents the City and Town of Poughkeepsie, Democrat incumbent Craig Brendli faces Republican Patrick Watson.
In District 11, which represents Rhinebeck and Clinton, incumbent Joel Tyner faces Republican Joan Carbonaro.
In District 12, which represents East Fishkill, Republican incumbent John Metzger faces Democrat Laurette Giardino.
In District 14, which represents Wappinger, Democrat incumbent Fancena Amparo faces Republican Lisa Paoloni.
In District 15, which represents Wappinger, Republican incumbent Joseph Incoronato faces Democrat Robert Cofer.
In District 16, which represents Fishkill and Beacon, Republican incumbent John Forman faces Democrat Frits Zernike.
In District 17, which represents Fishkill, Republican incumbent James Miccio faces Democrat Keltie McCormick.
In District 18, which represents Beacon and Fishkill, Republican Jerry Landisi faces Democrat Nick Page.
In District 19, which represents North East, Stanford, Pine Plains and Milan, Republican Gregg Pulver faces Democrat Richard Hermans.
In District 20, which represents Red Hook, Democrat Kristopher Munn faces Republican Warren Sheprow.
In District 23, which covers Pawling, Beekman, and East Fishkill Republican incumbent John Thomas faces Democrat Helen Grosso.
In District 24, which covers Dover and Union Vale Republican incumbent Alan Surman faces Democrat Ryan Courtien.
In District 25, which covers Amenia, Washington and Pleasant Valley, Democrat Jimmy Pearson faces Republican Deirde Houston.
In Poughkeepsie, Democrat Ann Finney faces independent Mario Johnson and Republican Mike Young for city council at large. In Ward 1, incumbent Democrat Christopher Petsas faces Republican Rob Page for common council. In Ward 4, incumbent Republican Lee Klein faces Democrat Sarah Brannen for city council. In Ward 5, Democrat incumbent Ann Perry faces Republican Yvonne Flowers for city council. In Ward 6, Democrat incumbent Natasha Cherry faces Republican Donde McIlwee for city council. In Ward 7, incumbent Democrat Randall Johnson faces Republican Angelline Smalls for city council. In Ward 8, incumbent Democrat Matthew McNamara faces Working Families member Joshua Simon for city council.
In Beacon, Democrats Lee Kyriacou and George Mansfield are running for two seats on the city council against Republican Amando Downer.
In Ward 1, Democrat Terry Nelson faces Republican Wayne Theiss and Green Party member Paul Yeaple for a seat on the city council. In Ward 2, incumbent Republican Omar Harper faces Democrat John Rembert for a seat on the city council. In Ward 3, Democrat Jodi McCredo faces Republican Andrew Gauzza III for a seat on the city council. In Ward 4, Democrat Amber Grant faces Republican Christopher Bop for a seat on the city council.
In Clinton, Republican incumbents Nancy Cunningham and Michael Appolonia face Democrat challengers Michael Whitton and Marian Thompson.
In Dover, Democrat incumbent Paul Palmer and Democrat Jill Fieldstein are running for town board against Republicans Redmond Abrams and Andrew House.
In East Fishkill, Democrats Michael O'Brien and Edwin Myoshi, Republicans Tom Franco and John Jackson and Conservative Tom Franco are running for two seats on the town board.
In Fishkill, Republican incumbents Larry Cohen and Doug McHoul face Democratic challengers Paul Gilbert and Jacqueline Bardini.
In Hyde Park, incumbent Supervisor Aileen Rohr faces Republican Bill Truitt. In Ward 1, incumbent Democrat Emily Svenson faces Republican Dawn Miller. In Ward 2, incumbent Democrat David Ray faces Republican Chris Beyer. In Ward 3, incumbent Democrat Joseph Marrine faces Republican Sal DiPressi.
In Lagrange, incumbent Republicans Joseph Luna and Edward Jessup face Democrats James Fredrickson and Michael Maresca.
In Milan, incumbent Jack Campisi is running on the Democrat and Republican lines for town board along with Democat Bill Jeffway, Republican Roger Bastian and independent Stephanie Fitzpatrick for two seats.
In North East, Republicans Edith Greenwood and Robert Cooper face Democrats Christopher Kennan and Ralph Fedele for two seats on the town board.
In the Town of Pawling, incumbent Republican William Johnson and Republican Jim McCarthy are running for two seats on the town board against Drew Montgomery.
In Pine Plains, Democrat Darrah Cloud faces Republican Richard Brenner. Incumbent Republican Gary Cooper and Republican Matthew Zick are running against Democrat Rory Chase and Christina Smith-Hedges.
In Pleasant Valley, Republican incumbent Nicholas Becker and Republican John Delvecchio face Democrats Catherine Larkin and Frank Mazzella.
In Red Hook, Democrats Christine Kane and William O'Neill are running for two seats on the town board against Republican James Ross.
In Stanford, Republican incumbent Joseph Norton is running for supervisor against Democrat Gregory Bull. Republican incumbent Mary Weinberger and Paul Coughlin are running for town board against Michael Shafer and Wendy Burton.
In the Town of Poughkeepsie, Republican incumbent Jon Baisley is running for supervisor against Democrat Michael Treybich.
In Ward 1, Republican incumbent Jeffrey Renihan faces Democrat Daniel Fannon for town board. In Ward 2, Republican incumbent William Carlos faces Democrat Bill Husted for town board. In Ward 3, Republican incumbent Joseph Conte faces Democrat Jessica Lopez for town board. In Ward 4, Republican incumbent Michael Cifone faces Democrat David Gill for town board. In Ward 5, Republican incumbent Joseph Lepore faces Democrat Matthew Woolever for town board.
In Union Vale, Democrat incumbent Patty Tompkins faces Republican Betsy Mass for supervisor. Republican incumbents John Welsh and Steven Frazier face Democrats Sadler Bakst and Tom Beisswenger for two seats on the town board.
In Wappinger, Republican incumbent Lori Jiava is running for supervisor against Richard Thurston. In Ward 1, Republican incumbent William Beale faces Democratic challenger Wilford Lammers. In Ward 2, Republican incumbent William Ciccarelli faces Democratic challenger Angela Bettina and Working Families member Janelle Mendez. In Ward 3, Democrat Cheryl Wallace faces Republican Robert Johnston.
In Millbrook, Kyle VanDewater, a Republican and Maribeth Rubinstein, a Democrat are running to fill an unexpired term on the village board.
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