Primary elections underway in St. Lawrence County, you can find your polling place here
By JIMMY LAWTON
Primary races are underway in St. Lawreance County and polls will open until 9 p.m.
A list of races taking place today follows:
Democratic PartyIn Ogdensburg, Marcia LeMay, Ramona Breen and Gary Alford are all seeking the Democratic nod for City Judge.
In Potsdam, Toni Kennedy and James Grant Jr. are competing for the Democratic line for a one-year unexpired term for town council.
Nicole A. Terminelli and Gloria M. Grant are competing for the Democratic endorsement in District 14.
Cynthia Nixon and Andrew M. Cuomo are both hoping for the Democratic nod for Governor. Lt. Governor Kathy C. Hochul faces a challenge from Jumaane Williams for the Democratic endorsement.
A four-way race is underway for attorney general. Sean Patrick Maloney, Letitia James, Leecia Eve and Zephyr Teachout are all hoping to secure the Democratic line.
In Ogdensburg, Ramona Breen and Gary Alford are seeking the Republican endorsement for City Judge.
In Colton, Ronald G. Robert, Peggy Mousaw and Nancy Shea are seeking the Republican line for County Committee. Two seats are available.
In St. Lawrence County District 2, which includes Lisbon and parts of Ogdensburg, incumbent legislator David Forsythe faces a challenge for the Republican line from Russell Finley.
In St. Lawrence County District 7, which includes parts of Pierrepont, Clare, Parishville, Colton, Piercefield and Hopkinton, Kevin Beary and Erica Leonard who will face off in a primary for the Republican ballot line.
In the 118th Assembly District, which includes parts of St. Lawrence, Hamilton and Oneida counties, Robert J. Smullen and Patrick Vincent are both hoping to secure the Republican ballot line.
In Ogdensburg, Ramona Breen and Gary Alford are both seeking the Conservative nod for City Judge.
In St. Lawrence County District 2, which includes Lisbon and parts of Ogdensburg, incumbent legislator David Forsythe and Russell Finley are seeking the Conservative nod.
In St. Lawrence County District 4, which includes Hammond, Macomb, Rossie, Fowler, Edwards and Pitcairn, William Sheridan is seeking the Conservative line.
In St. Lawrence County District 8, which includes Madrid and parts of Canton and Potsdam, incumbent Kevin Acres seeks the Conservative endorsement.
In Ogdensburg, Ramona Breen and Gary Alford are both seeking the Independence Party nod for City Judge.
Nancy Sliwa, Mike Diederich and Christopher Garvey are all hoping to secure the Reform Party endorsement for the attorney general position.