Election 2011: Esopus

Sample ballot, Legislative District 8

Sample ballot, Legislative District 17

Contested races:

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

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

Ulster County Legislator, District 8: Roscoe Pecora (Democratic), Carl Belfiglio (Republican, Conservative, Working Families, Independence)

Ulster County Legislator, District 17: Steve Greenfield (Working Families, Honest Service), Les Kalmus (Republican, Conservative), Ken Wishnick (Democratic, Independence)

Tax collector: Evelyn Clarke (Democratic), Bernice McNierney (Republican, Conservative, Independence)

Highway superintendent: Michael Cafaldo (Democratic, Independence), Alan Larkin (Republican, Conservative)

Town board: Kyle Barnett (Republican, Conservative, Independence), Peter Nelson (Democratic), Gloria VanVliet (Republican, Conservative, Independence)

Links to election coverage:

Times-Union: Four contest two judicial posts

Times Herald-Record: Key issues in counties, towns figure in Tuesday's voting

Saugerties Times: Sennett takes aim

Daily Freeman: Sparring for DA: Carnright, Sennett differ on public corruption cases (with video of debate)

Times Herald-Record: Ulster DA candidates spar over ways to combat gangs

YNN: Ulster County District Attorney debate (with video)

Daily Freeman: Incumbent, former legislator square off in District 8

Daily Freeman: 3 seek New Paltz seat in Ulster County legislature (District 17)

Daily Freeman: Esopus voters to decide contests for Town Board, tax collector, highway boss

Daily Freeman: Esopus leader, unopposed in reelection bid, sets sights on solar power

Judge Thomas Breslin's Facebook page

Jon Sennett for DA website, Facebook page

Young Voters for Holley Carnright Facebook page

Find your polling place (online tool from Ulster County Board of Elections)

Map of Ulster County's new 2011 legislative districts

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