OSWEGO — Voters are casting ballots for dozens of local offices across Oswego County on Tuesday, including all 25 seats on the Oswego County Legislature, district attorney and family court judge.  

The Palladium-Times staff will be updating results, which can be found in the below table, throughout the night and into Wednesday morning. All results are unofficial until otherwise noted.

Republicans previously held a 20 to 5 majority over Democrats in the Oswego County Legislature, and stand to gain an even more overwhelming majority in the legislative body heading into 2020. 

In addition to the county legislature seats, district attorney and family court judge races, county voters were asked whether or not to extend the length of county legislator's terms from two years to four years. Referendum No. 1 stated the following:

Shall Oswego County Local Law Number 2 of the Year 2019, entitled "A Local Law Increasing the Term of Office for County Legislators from a Two (2) Year Term of Office to a Four (4) Year Term of Office" be approved? 

Should county legislators serve four-year terms?

Yes No
# of Votes 6,185 11,516
% of Vote 34.94% 65.06%

Oswego County 2019 Election Results

All results are unofficial at this time.

Oswego County office Candidate # of Votes % of Vote
District Attorney
Gregory Oakes (R, C, I) 14,896 99.18%
Family Court Judge
Thomas Benedetto (R, C) 11,636 68.41%
Lou Anne Rucynski Coleman (I) 5,353 31.47%
Legislative District 1
Michael G. Yerdon (R) 480 66.67%
James Macklen (C) 239 33.19%
Legislative District 2
Herbert G. Yerdon (R) 539 67.29%
Carl E. Anson Jr. (C, OTH) 262 32.71%
Legislative District 3
Edward A. Gilson (R) 492 96.66%
Legislative District 4
David M. Holst (R) 675 99.56%
Legislative District 5
Roy Reehil (R) 461 99.35%
Legislative District 6
John Martino (R) 383 98.97%
Legislative District 7
Bradley Trudell (R) 910 99.45%
Legislative District 8
Paul House (R, C, I) 493 100%
Legislative District 9
James Weatherup (R, I) 392 98.99%
Legislative District 10
Mary Ellen Chesbro (R, C) 495 99.00%
Legislative District 11
Linda L. Lockwood (R) 491 99.59%
Legislative District 12
Richard P. Kline (R, C) 495 99.80%
Legislative District 13
Patrick Twiss (R) 686 99.71%
Legislative District 14
Stephen Walpole (R, I) 605 99.67%
Legislative District 15
Nathan Emmons (R, C, I) 481 98.97%
Legislative District 16
Thomas Drumm (D, WOR) 421 98.59%
Legislative District 17
Timothy F. Braun (D) 298 33.86%
Laurie Mangano Cornelius (R, C, I) 582 66.14%
Legislative District 18
Robert Wilmott (R, C, I) 538 99.45%
Legislative District 19
Marie C. Schadt (D, C) 866 99.31%
Legislative District 20
Tim Stahl (R, C) 399 99.75%
Legislative District 21
Terry Bucky Wilbur (R, C, I) 759 99.48%
Legislative District 22
James L. Karasek (R, C, I) 789 99.50%
Legislative District 23
Morris Sorbello Jr. (R, C) 517 99.23%
Legislative District 24
Marc Greco (R, I) 665 99.70%
Legislative District 25
Ralph Edward Stacy Jr. (R) 573 98.79%

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