Canandaigua supervisor race features three choices for voters

Three people are running to fill out the remainder of former Supervisor Greg Westbrook’s four-year term. Westbrook, who was elected to a four-year term a year ago, resigned in September.

Cathy Menikotz, who is running on the Republican, Conservative, Independence, Reform and Canandaigua Now lines, recently retired from the Public Defender’s Office.

Linda Dworaczyk, who is running on the Democratic and Fiscally Frugal lines, is a member of the Town Board.

Sam Casella, who is running on the No Bull independent line, is a former supervisor.

The part-time position will pay $20,000 in 2019.

Learn more about all three candidates by visiting the Canandaigua Messenger

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