Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — Pendleton supervisor
Dominic Saraceno won the Independence line 32-17 over Supervisor James A. Riester, according to the county Board of Elections. Saraceno also took the Working Families line, by a 7-3 count.
Riester has the Democratic line for the general election.
Pendleton highway superintendent
Jeff Stowell, the incumbent superintendent, took the Independence line by a 37-13 vote margin over Aaron J. Bair, then took the Conservative line over Bair by a 41-4 margin.
Bair has the Democratic line for November, while Stowell has the GOP line.
Newfane Town Board
Newcomers Rick Coleman and Susan L. Neidlinger won the GOP primary as Coleman received 324 votes, Neidlinger received 295 votes and incumbent Robert A. Pettit finished with 173 votes.
Somerset highway superintendent
Michael M. Flint is the confirmed winner in the GOP primary, finishing with 185 votes. Jonathan D. Dewart was next with 173 votes, followed by Carl A. Austin’s 43 votes and Louis J. Mead’s 17 votes.
Dewart has the Conservative and Independence ballot lines in November’s general election.