Salem town supervisor election results: Culat, Faber, Kmiec win

Partial results are in for the Salem town supervisor races.

There are two two-year seats and one -one year seat being decided.

As of 9:29 p.m. with 7 of 7 polls reporting partial results for the two  two-year terms: Mike Culat 628, Dennis Faber 585, Steve Brown 445, Gail Peckler-Dziki 434.

As of 9:29 p.m. with 7 of 7 polls reporting partial results for the one one-year term: Ted Kmiec 818, Gail Peckler-Dziki 440.

UPDATE 10:52 p.m. — Final unofficial totals for two two-year terms: Mike Culat 811, Dennis Faber 752, Steve Brown 574, Gail Peckler-Dziki 558.

Final unofficial totals for one one-year term: Ted Kmiec 1034, Gail Peckler-Dziki 583.


One Comment

  1. Dr. Brad Smith says:

    Congratulations to Dennis Faber for being one of the top two winners for this race.

    Your public stance to protect the taxpayers is appreciated. You have truly worked hard to Make Salem Better.

    I personally applaud you and all of the Salem Town Board Members who voted against village status for Salem at this time. You and your colleagues did this community right by respecting the citizens’ wishes to avoid incorporation at this time.

    In this economic crisis only self-serving interests would promote incorporation for Salem.

    The day will come when village status for Salem might be the right move. That day is still far away.

    Good luck in your further service to the citizens of Salem.

    My congratulations also extrend to any victor who respects the wishes of the people who voted against even exploring village status at this time; and who want to protect the taxpayers as Dennis Faber does.

    Thank you.

    Dr. Brad Smith

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