A three-way race for mayor, a contested race for two trustee seats and village justice highlight the village of Waterloo election Tuesday.
Incumbent Mayor Ted Young, a Democrat, is seeking his third, four-year term. He faces Republican challenger Jack O’Connor and Conservative challenger William White.
The two trustee seats up are those of Democrat Josh Mull and Republican Les Marquart. Marquart is seeking a second term, but Mull is not running again after serving 12 years.
Joining Marquart on the Republican ticket for trustee is Robert McGill. The sole Democratic candidate is Lee Boice.
Squaring off for village justice are incumbent Republican Conrad Struzik, seeking a second term, and Democratic challenger David Dressing Jr.
There are 2,811 registered voters in the village eligible to vote.
There are also elections in three other Seneca County villages.
In Interlaken, voters will elect two trustees, both for four-year terms.
The candidates are incumbents William McGuire and Keith Jay and challengers Joseph Pepper, Holly Covert and Kevin Barr.
In Ovid, incumbent trustees James Rappleyea and Gary Covert are both running unopposed.
In Lodi, voters will see Kyle Barnhart running unopposed for the unexpired term of Francis Steverson and Michael Huff running unopposed for a trustee seat.
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