There will be a competitive race for Phelps Town Supervisor this year.
Incumbent Norm Teed, a Republican, will be seeking another term- but a lifelong Phelps resident will also be challenging.
Ryan Davis, 45, is the former president of the Phelps-Clifton Springs school board, and will seek the supervisor’s office this fall.
The announcement came in a press release.
“As your Phelps town supervisor, my focus will be to serve all of the residents and businesses in the community while working to move the town forward in a responsible way,” Davis said. “Whether it’s working as a union electrician, volunteering in youth sports or serving on the Board of Education, I have always worked on behalf of all residents to ensure they have a voice at the table and are treated respectfully and fairly.”
The 45-year-old will seek the Democratic nod, but will also appear on the Right for Phelps party line.
He’s an electrician by trade and has been an officer for IBEW Local 840 for a number of years. He served as the president of that group for the last five.
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