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Donald Csaposs, Guilderland

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George Langdon III, Kevin Flensted, Amie Burnside, Westerlo

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Josh VonHaugg, Knox

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KNOX — For the second consecutive race, Democratic Supervisor Michael Hammond is being opposed by a resident saying he has been in the post too long.

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A delay in the town's badly needed building projects, though unclear how long, is likely.

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Democratic town board member Brian Forte, rebuffed by his party, heads the GOP slate as  candidate for supervisor.

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GUILDERLAND — After long-time Supervisor Kenneth Runion announced last month that he would not be seeking re-election in the fall, notable town Democrats scrambled for the party’s nod.

Doug LaGrange, New Scotland

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Marie Wiles, superintendent, Guilderland Central School District

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School board candidates — one in Voorheesville and one in Guilderland — have decided not to run in the May 19 elections; both had submitted valid petitions by the April 20 deadline.

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