Final St. Lawrence County primary results have Storie, LeMay taking judge nominations
Final primary election results are in. Greg Storie has defeated Nicole Duve in all three primaries for St. Lawrence County Court judge - Republican, Conservative and Independence.
And Marcia LeMay beat Ramona Breen for Republican and Independence nominations for Ogdensburg City Court justice.The results were not known immediately after the June 23 primaries because more than 1,900 absentee ballots had to be counted, much higher than normal due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Storie received 3,685 votes to Duve’s 1,253 in the race for the Republican nomination. On the Conservative ticket, Storie garnered 140 votes to Duve’s 35. For the Independence line, Storie tallied 201 votes to Duve’s 190.
Duve is a former St. Lawrence County district attorney.
Storie has previously sat on the bench as a Canton village justice.
For Ogdensburg justice, LeMay won the Republican nomination by 279 votes to Breen’s 154. For the Independence Party, LeMay notched 47 votes to Breen’s 17.
The top six vote-getters for delegates to the Democratic National Convention are: June F. O'Neill (3,068), Ronald P. McDougall (2,406), Lynne C. Boecher (2,188), Michael J. Zagrobelny (2,505), Sara S. Idleman (2.283) and Michael S. Cashman (2,032).
Joe Biden garnered the most votes in St. Lawrence County in the Democratic presidential primary. Candidates with their respective vote counts are: Biden (3,567), Bernie Sanders (1,011), Elizabeth Warren (248), Pete Buttigeig (141), Andrew Yang (69), Amy Klobuchar (55), Michael Bloomberg (43), Tulsi Gabbard (33), Deval Patrick (28), Tom Steyer (16) and Michael Bennet (12).
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