A quiet day for local primaries
Nathan Lehman (WTNY) -- With the primary for federal offices held earlier this year, New York's traditional primary day was a quiet one in the immediate area.
There were a couple of local races however. In Cape Vincent, Michelle Oswald defeated Edward Hludzenskin in a Republican Primary for Town Council 67-63. In Lewis County, Republican Daniel King defeated Democrat Kevin McArdle in two primaries for the Independence and Conservative lines for the November election for County Judge.
There was one state race in the North Country Thursday. Assemblywoman Janet Duprey defeated two challengers in a Republican primary in a race in the 116 District which represents parts of Eastern St. Lawrence County.
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