Four incumbents are on their way out of the Chautauqua County Legislature.
Robert Whitney, Thomas DeJoe, William Coughlin and Thomas Erlandson lost in Tuesday's legislature elections.
Whitney (D, WF, I-Jamestown) lost to David Wilfong (R, C-Jamestown) 533 to 444 in the District 11 race.
Frederick Larson (D, I-Jamestown) won the District 12 race, defeating William Prieto (R, C-Jamestown) 647 to 450.
Ronald Lemon (R, C-Frewsburg) defeated Erlandson (D, I-Frewsburg) 1,077 to 641.
P.J. Wendel (R, C-Lakewood) won the District 10 seat 996 to 663 over Sharon Lisciandro (D-I Lakewood).
Bob Scudder (R, C-Fredonia) has won the District 3 seat, beating Coughlin (D, WF, I-Fredonia).
Terry Niebel (R, C, I-Dunkirk) beat Susan Baldwin (D-South Dayton) and Amy Farnham in District 5, earning 925, or 60 percent, of the votes, compared with Baldwin's 529 and Farnham's 98.
David Himelein has won re-election to the Chautauqua County Legislature, defeating challenger Edward Carutis 882 votes to 561. He will represent the new District 18 in the legislature.
Lisa Vanstrom, R-Ellicott, defeated Sam Ognibene, 1,020 votes to 485, though Ognibene suspended his candidacy in mid-October.
In District 7, John Runkle defeated DeJoe 850-624. In District 4, Janet Keefe has won, defeating Michael Sullivan by a margin 450-338.
Legislators running unopposed were Keith Ahlstrom, D-Dunkirk; Shaun Heenan, D-Dunkirk; George Borrello, R-Silver Creek; Pierre Chagnon, R-Bemus Point; Charles Nazzaro, D-Jamestown; Mark Tarbrake, R-Lakewood; Jay Gould, R-Ashville; and John Hemmer, R-Westfield.