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Rotterdam ballot short on contested races

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When it comes to the ballot for local races in Rotterdam, town voters won’t find too many choices. The seven town offices up for grabs this year garnered a total of 10 candidates. And that’s because four of the races — including the one for town supervisor — aren’t contested at all. Unless an unlikely write-in campaign is waged, Democrats will walk away with no less than three elected positions, including the town’s top executive. ...

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October 24, 2013
7:54 a.m.

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First the City now Rotterdam? Two parties checks and balances are for other areas.

October 24, 2013
9:47 a.m.

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gina99: Rotterdam has been a Democratic stronghold for quite some time, this is nothing new......and just exactly where is the Republican Party?.....oh that's right they all switched parties..........the reality in the county is there are more Democrats than Republicans, and unless the Republicans start stepping up, things will never a side note, I wonder why all the unopposed feel the need to plaster the town with their campaign material......