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Leadership of Schoharie County towns hangs on absentee ballots

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The political picture for three town supervisors in Schoharie County rests in a final absentee ballot count planned for Nov. 19. If all three incumbents in Fulton, Blenheim and Wright are ousted by absentee ballots, it would mean voters ousted a total of five of the county’s 16 town supervisors. Tuesday’s voting left several races too close to call, including Fulton town supervisor, where current supervisor and county board Chairman Phil Skowfoe, a Democrat, holds ...


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