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GUILDERLAND — With a newly-minted MBA in accounting from Union College, Michael Paolino was 18 months into his first job at a big firm in Boston — "a great city, making good money," he said — when he realized something was missing.

ALBANY COUNTY — There are five contested races and two unchallenged incumbents seeking re-election in the Albany County Legislature this fall within the Enterprise coverage area of Guilderland, New Scotland, and the Hilltowns:

Out of the race
Slavick backs Conners

ALBANY COUNTY — What started out as a contentious county comptroller race, has ended politely.

District 29
Feeney and Carman face off

ALBANY COUNTY — In a contested Guilderland county legislature race, two life-long town residents, both with less then one term’s experience, are squaring off for Fort Hunter’s District 29.

TV forum
Grimm chides Runion, appeals to school board

District 30
Newcomer Clenahan runs unopposed

Filling in at V’ville
Diegel is ‘a perfect fit’

VOORHEESVILLE – Ed Diegel says he has a "soft spot" in his heart for Voorheesville.

District 31
GOP’s Danz challenges incumbent Aylward

ALTAMONT — The race to represent western Guilderland in the Albany County Legislature is on.

ALBANY COUNTY — A political candidate who calls himself "a true Conservative" is questioning the absentee ballot process.

District 32
Mary Lou Connolly

ALBANY COUNTY — After serving four consecutive four-year terms, Mary Lou B. Connolly is seeking a fifth in the Albany County Legislature.

Riexinger blazes trail
First woman to head state’s Fish & Wildlife

BERNE — Patricia Riexinger is the first woman to head the state’s Fish, Wildlife, and Marine Resources Department.

District 32
Anton Konev

GUILDERLAND — Anton Konev, making his first run for the Albany County Legislature, describes himself as a community activist.

District 33
Patrick Greene

ALBANY COUNTY — If Republican Patrick Greene is elected to the Albany County Legislature, he says he won’t be using his $20,000 annual salary.

District 33
Herbert Reilly

District 38
Charles Houghtaling