Unopposed candidates elected to town positions in Albion, Kendall

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 5 November 2014 at 12:00 am

There wasn’t much action in the local election scene this year for town and county races. The bulk of those positions will be up for election next year.

But there were four positions open and all four candidates were unopposed on Tuesday.

Albion elected two justices with incumbent Gary Moore receiving 986 votes for re-election. The retired police officer was endorsed by both the Republican and Democratic Party.

Kevin Howard opted against re-election. Joe Fuller, a recently retired Albion police officer, was cross-endorsed by the Democrats and Republicans and he received 894 votes. Fuller is also a county coroner.

In Kendall, two candidates ran unopposed. David Gaudioso, a Republican, received 615 votes for town justice. Incumbent Stephen Cliff chose not to run for re-election.

Wayne M. Martin, Jr., another Republican, ran for a three-year term on the Town Board and received 625 votes. Martin will fill the remainder of a term from Patrick Snook, who resigned last January.