Hammond seeks reelection as Waddington town supervisor

Hammond seeks reelection as Waddington town supervisor
Alex Hammond (Source: Alex Hammond Reelection Campaign)

WADDINGTON, N.Y. (WWNY) - Waddington town supervisor Alex Hammond is running for reelection.

A news release says Hammond will seek the Democratic and Independent lines on the ballot this fall.

He was first elected in 2017 at the age of 21, becoming the youngest town supervisor in the state.

Hammond is a captain in the New York Army National Guard and is currently serving as the commander of the unit tasked to assist at the SUNY Potsdam vaccination site.

He is also on the board of directors for the United Way of Northern New York and has been appointed to the SUNY Potsdam College Council

Hammond ran as a Democrat in 2020 in an unsuccessful bid to unseat Republican Assemblyman Mark Walczyk.

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