Election 2011: Hurley

Sample ballot: Legislative district 18

Sample ballot: Legislative district 23

Contested races:

Town Supervisor: Evan Matthews (Democratic, Working Families), Gary Bellows (Republican, Conservative, Independence)

Superintendent of Highways: Michael Paul (Democratic, Conservative), Clyde Russell (Republican)

Town Justice (vote for two): Tracy Kellogg (Democratic), Michael Jordan (Republican, Conservative, Independence), John Parker (Republican), Christopher Burns (Conservative, Independence)

Town Council (vote for two): William McKnight (Democratic), John Gill (Republican, Conservative, Independence), John Dittus (Republican, Conservative, Independence)

Legislator, District 18: Richard Parete (Democratic, Republican, Working Families, Independence), Arthur Bowen (Conservative)

Legislator, District 23: Donald Gregorius (Democratic, Independence), James Monserrate (Republican)

District Attorney: Holley Carnright (Republican, Conservative, Independence), Jonathan Sennett (Democratic, Working Families)

State Supreme Court Justice (vote for two): Thomas Breslin (Democratic, Independence), Catherine Cholakis (Republican, Conservative, Working Families), Raymond Elliott (Democratic, Working Families, Independence), Guy Roemer (Republican, Conservative)

Links to election coverage:

Daily Freeman: Choices await voters in Hurley

Woodstock Times: Races in the home stretch

Daily Freeman: 2 vie for District 18 seat in Ulster County

Daily Freeman: Familiar faces in Ulster Legislature's District 23 race

Times-Union: Four contest two judicial posts

Daily Freeman: 4 seek 2 State Supreme Court judgeships

Catherine Cholakis's website

Times Union: Lawyers have kind words for a tough judge

Troy Record: North Greenbush Justice Raymond Elliot[t] announces run for state Supreme Court

Register Star: Roemer to run for Supreme Court Justice

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