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Rosemary Centi has worked as Guilderland's town clerk and David Cardona has been a village trustee and a chief court clerk.

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William Reinhardt, Slingerlands

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Nellie Goutos, Altamont

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The two top vote-getters on Tuesday, Christine Hayes and Seema Rivera, are friends and sister graduates of Guilderland.

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Both candidates vying to represent western Guilderland and part of the Hilltowns in the Albany County Legislature live in Knox.

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Between two candidates for two school board seats, the person with the most votes will fill a four-year term, and the person with the second most will take a three-year position.

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The three women up for re-election on Guilderland's school board are citing personal rather than political reasons as each decides whether or not to seek another term.

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Florence Reddy, the first woman to serve on the village board in over a decade, owns a deli with her husband, and Brett Hotaling owns landscaping and storage businesses.

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ALTAMONT — Cathy Glass, a newcomer to politics, and incumbent Christine Marshall are running in an uncontested election for village trustee on March 18.

Glass, 48, a homemaker, said she's running as a long-time resident who hopes to “make a little bit of a difference.”

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