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Gloversville Mayor King cruises to re-election

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The Republican incumbent cruised to re-election as mayor in Gloversville on Tuesday while Johnstown voters chose a Democratic newcomer as mayor in a closer three-way race. More than seven months of patrolling the streets of Johnstown and knocking on doors paid off for Mike Julius, winning him a four-year term as the city’s mayor. Julius, a retired pharmacy owner and Democrat, declared his candidacy in April, long before Republican Scott Jeffers and Conservative Helen Martin ...

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November 6, 2013
1:40 p.m.

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Congratulations to the citizens of the City of Johnstown. They finally elected someone with an open mind to be their Mayor. And best of all, we're going to see cooperation between the Mayor of Johnstown & the equally open-minded Mayor of Gloversville for the first time in many, many years. The football game is over!