Cattaraugus County election commissioners Sue A. Fries and Kevin C. Burleson announced the official general election will be held in all 55 election districts of Cattaraugus County on Tuesday, Nov. 6 commencing at 6 a.m. and continuing until 9 p.m.
Cattaraugus County residents will have the opportunity to vote for the following:
For U.S. Senator: Sen. Kirsten E. Gillibrand, D, Working Family, I; Wendy Long, R, C; Colia Clark, Green; Chris Edes, Libertarian; John Mangelli, Common Sense.
For Representative in Congress, 23rd District: Rep. Thomas W. Reed, R,C,I; Nate Shinagawa, D, Working Family.
For state Senator 57th District: Sen. Catharine M. Young, R,C,I, running unopposed.
For member of Assembly 148th District: incumbent Joseph M. Giglio, R,C,I; Daniel J. Brown, D, Working Family.
For county judge: Ronald D. Ploetz, D,R,C,I, running unopposed.
For county treasurer: incumbent Joseph G. Keller, D,R,C,I, running unopposed.
For county coroner: incumbent Bradley M. Spink, R,C,I; David G. Siafakas, D.
For city of Salamanca mayor: Carmen A. Vecchiarella, D,C,Working Family; Larry L. Butler, R,I.
For alderman, Ward 1: incumbent Ronald S. Ball, D, People's Party; Richard E. Inges, R,I.
For alderman, Ward 2: incumbent William J. Ferguson, R,C,I; William R. Labuhn, D, People's Party.
For alderman, Ward 3: incumbent James K. Griffith, D,R,C, Working Family, I, running unopposed.
For alderman, Ward 4: incumbent Michael R. Smith, R; Sandra L. Magiera, D, People's Party.
For alderman, Ward 5: Richard P. Cuozzo, D, People's Party; Luke S. Stewart, R,I.
For town of Dayton councilman vacancy (3-Year Term): Diana Clabeaux, R, running unopposed.
For town of Ellicottville justice: Andrew J. Stokes, R,D.
For town of Leon justice: Montgomery L. Sticek, Taxpayers Party; Ashley E. Milliman, R.
For town of Leon councilman vacancy (1-Year Term): Amy S. Brookover, Constitutionalist; Jerome C. Ellis Sr., People for Change.
For town of Randolph justice: incumbent Jeffery D. Greeley, R, running unopposed.
A ballot-marking device for disabled voters will be in use at every site. The voting system includes audio units for blind voters and sip-and-puff units for persons with reduced dexterity.
This system adds opportunity for the disabled community to vote independently on Election Day, but does not replace the use of absentee ballots for those wishing to vote from home.
For more information, please contact Board of Elections at 938-2400, 2401, 2401, 2403, or 373-8010 ext. 2400-2403.