Jack Marren gets another term leading Victor

Jack Marren was reelected Victor town supervisor, returning Marren to the town’s top post for a 12th year. Marren took 65 percent of the vote to 35 percent for challenger Robert Klein.

A former Village Board member and Victor resident for 38 years, Marren first won the supervisor seat in 2008. Marren, a Republican, said his goal is to continue to be “always honest, approachable, dedicated and effective.” He said he brings to the job a unique ability “to listen and communicate effectively to strengthen relationships that will assist the town of Victor to continue to move forward.”

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