Neddo Holds His Line In 3 Watertown City Court Primaries
Anthony Neddo will be on the ballot in November in the race for Watertown city judge.
The primary pitted Neddo against incumbent Catherine Palermo.
Palermo is a Democrat, but she challenged Neddo on the Republican line. The two also ran against each other on the Conservative and Independence party lines.
Neddo is the apparent winner of the Republican, Conservative and Independence lines.
"Can't be more thankful and encouraged. Our city faces many challenges. I want to speak to the voters, hear what they have to say and develop a plan, you know, and discuss a plan in the future," said Neddo.
He got 62 percent of the GOP vote, 85 percent of the Conservative vote and 88 percent of the Independence vote.
Palermo is running on the Democratic and other party lines heading into November.
"Basically it's getting my record out there, letting people know what I've been doing for six years in this community," said Palermo.