Clarendon has three-way battle for highway superintendent
CLARENDON – The election today includes a three-way race for highway superintendent in the Town of Clarendon.
Larry Swanger, the incumbent, won a Republican Primary on Sept. 10 with four candidates. Swanger is on the ballot today with the Republican, Independence and Reform lines.
He is challenged by Tracy Bruce Chalker (Conservative, Labor Force) and Frederick K. Seeman III (A & K Party).
The other Republican candidates are all unopposed, including Richard Moy for town supervisor, Thomas M. DiFante and Kevin Rombaut for town justices, William Campbell and Allen Robinson for town councilman, and Susan Colby for town clerk.
Voting is from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Town Hall.