The Seneca County race gaining the most attention in Tuesday’s statewide primary election is district attorney hopefuls John Nabinger and Christopher Folk vying for the Republican line on the November ballot.
Elsewhere in the county, two incumbent town supervisors face primary challenges.
Lodi Supervisor Lee Davidson is being challenged in the Republican primary by Mark Benjamin, the community relations director for Seneca Meadows Landfill in Seneca Falls.
The other incumbent, Romulus Supervisor David Kaiser, squares off against Town Board member David Hayes in a GOP primary.
Meanwhile, in Ovid, Town Board members Mark Beardsley and Joseph Borst are competing for the Republican, Conservative and Independence Party lines in their bid for supervisor. Incumbent Town Supervisor Walt Prouty, a Republican, is retiring.
Ovid Republicans also will decide between incumbent Erik Holmberg and challengers Mark Couch and Mike Savoie for two party nominations in the race for Town Board.
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