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Amy Lauterbach Pokorny, Knox

Stephen Harausz, Guilderland

ALBANY COUNTY — Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy beat his challenger in September’s Democratic primary with 60 percent of the vote. In the weeks before the Nov. 3 general election, he is urging county residents to vote, just vote — no matter for whom.

ALBANY COUNTY — Claiming a legislative seat for an expansive rural area, Republican Deborah Busch is laying out pointed remarks for her Democratic colleagues while continuing to sound the mantra of no tax increases that she rode into the legislature in 2011.

Five candidates are running to fill three seats on the New Scotland Town Council, but several positions — including that of supervisor — remain unopposed for the Nov. 3 election.

“We are aware that the residents pay our salaries,” Cataldo said. “We want to take care of them.”

     
 
Enrolled voters in Guilderland are 38 percent Democrat and 25 percent Republican; enrolled Conservatives number just 450, or 2 percent. The remaining 35 percent are enrolled in other small parties or as independents.

Chris MacDermot, Guilderland

Dave Cornelius, Guilderland

Anita Marrone, Westerlo

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