There are a number of local contested races in the upcoming General Election Tuesday, Nov. 3. A complete list of candidates and polling locations are found here:
The Johnsburg Highway Superintendent race is between Republican Daniel Hitchcock and Independent Frederick Comstock.
There are two available seats on the town council and voters will choose between Democrat Ronald Vanselow, Republican Arnold Stevens and Independent Roger Mosher.
Minerva is seeing several competitive races. The first is for town supervisor and will include Republican David LaBar, Democrat Sue Montgomery Corey and Independent Paul Clickner.
To fill the two open seats on the town council, voters will decide between Independents Douglas McCall and Lawrence Pratt, and Republicans Eric Kilppel and Keith Dubay.
The lone race in Newcomb is between Democrat Mark Yandon and Independent John Helms for highway superintendent.
Long Lake will have a busy ballot come election day and will see a supervisor race between Independent Gregg Wallace and Republican Clark Seaman.
Republican Dixie Lee LaBlanc and Independent Colleen Smith will be on the ballot for town clerk.
The highway superintendent race will be between Democrat Charles Farr II and Republican Martin Pierce.
Lastly, it will be up to Republicans Lew Plumley and Dean Pohl and Independent Thomas Norris to fill the two open town council seats.
Indian Lake should turn out a hefty voter community with four races as well. The three candidates for supervisor include Democrat Paul Burgess, Republican Barry Hutchins and Independent William Murphy.
Republican James Roblee and Independent Brian Wells will make up the highway superintendent race.
Voters will choose two town council members between Democrat Jane Locke and Republicans Sally Monthony, and Kelly King.
A town justice race will take place between Republican Kim Mitchell and Independent Judith Burkin.
Johnsburg: Community Center on Rt. 28 in Wevertown.
Minerva: Community Center on Morse Memorial Highway in Minerva.
Newcomb: Town Hall on Rt. 28N in Newcomb.
Long Lake: Town Hall on Main St. in Long Lake.
Indian Lake: Town Hall on Pelon Rd. in Indian Lake.