See Who Won In St. Lawrence County Primaries

See Who Won In St. Lawrence County Primaries

Posted: Updated: Sep 14, 2018 05:22 AM

There were several primary races in St. Lawrence County. 

In the Democratic primary for District 14, which covers part of Massena, Nicole Terminelli and Gloria Grant vied for the spot.

After capturing nearly 90 percent of the vote, Terminelli will go up against Republican Joel Grigg and former Massena Mayor Jim Hidy, who's on the Conservative line, in November.

In the Republican primary for District 2, which includes Lisbon and part of Ogdensburg, incumbent David Forsythe soundly defeated challenger Russ Finley with 77 percent of the vote.

In the Republican primary for District  7, which covers Pierrepont, Clare, Parishville, Colton, and Hopkinton, Kevin Beary had 100 more votes than Eric Leonard. Beary will go on to face Democrat incumbent Rick Perkins in the November election.

In Ogdensburg, three people were involved in a number of primaries for city court judge. Only two survived to advance. 

It's important to note that party affiliation does not matter when it comes to this race.

In the Democratic primary, Marcia LaMay won with 59 percent of the vote.

Republican Gary Alford took the GOP primary with 82 percent of the vote.

It was the same story with the final two primaries - Alford won the Conservative and Independence lines.

In Ogdensburg, three people were involved in a number of primaries for city court judge. Only two survived to advance. 

It's important to note that party affiliation does not matter when it comes to this race.

In the Democratic primary, Marcia LaMay won with 59 percent of the vote.

Republican Gary Alford took the GOP primary with 82 percent of the vote.

It was the same story with the final two primaries - Alford won the Conservative and Independence lines.

This means for Ogdensburg city court judge, Democrat Ramona Breen is out.

When voters head to the polls in November, they will choose between Democrat Marcia LeMay and Republican Gary Alford, who is running on three lines. 

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