Oneida, N.Y. >> > > While the Ward 6 representative race is too close to call, James Coulthart prevailed in the three-way race for Ward 3.

“I believe it was a well-contested race,” stated Coulthart, that operated on the Democratic ticket. He really felt despite that triumphed, the citizens of Ward 3 would certainly profit.

“Jim’s an excellent man,” claimed Republican politician challenger Joseph Zifchock. “He’ll do an excellent task, and also I’ll be seeing him all the way.”

“It was a great deal of fun,” said Conservative challenger Jason Tiffin. “If anything, it’s been a lot of enjoyable.”

Coulthart took 220 votes, Zifchock took 202, and also Tiffin had 118 votes.Despite his loss, Zifchock said he plans on continuing to be energetic in the community.

“I’m currently a part of the textile of the city,” he said.In Ward 6, Democrat Don Moore was only 2 votes behind Republican incumbent Tom Simchik.

“We really did not do anything unfavorable to each various other and I’m glad we didn’t,” Moore claimed. “We both ran a tidy race.”

Despite who wins, Moore stated he intends to stay energetic in the community.

“I’m not going to ignore my neighborhood,” he said.Uncontested council races included Ward 1, where Democrat Alan Cohen obtained 352 votes; Ward 2, where Democrat Michael Bowe received 357 ballots; Ward 4, where Helen Acker operated on both the Democrat and also Republican politician tickets as well as obtained 162 ballots; and also Ward 5, where Democrat Jim Chamberlain got 192 votes, according to the Madison County Board of Elections. Published: 11/07/17, 10:50 PM EST |