Canton town and village Democratic caucuses set for June 20 at municipal building
Thursday, May 30, 2019 - 1:24 pm

CANTON – Back-to-back Canton town and village Democratic caucuses will be held Thursday, June 20 at 6 and 7 p.m. respectively in the municipal building, 60 Main St.

Five seats are up for nomination and selection for the Nov. 5 election ballot, said Brad Mintener, Canton town Democratic chairman, in a press release.

The village mayor’s seat and two village trustee seats, and two town council seats, all held by incumbents, will be on the ballot for the fall.

The Canton Village Mayor seat is held by Mike Dalton, a Republican. The two trustees spots are currently held by Deputy Mayor Carol Pynchon and Sean O’Brien, both Democrats.

Town council seats are currently held by two Democrats, Deputy Mayor Bob Washo, and Phil LaMarche.

All registered Democrats who live in the village of Canton can make nominations and vote in both the Canton village and town caucuses, said Mintener.

Registered Democrats who live in the rural portion of the town can only vote in the town caucuses.

Those who attend will nominate and elect a chairperson to conduct the business of each caucus.

For more information, call 315-854-7547, or 315-386-2585.