Randall A. Hoak, the son of former supervisor, the late Patrick H. Hoak, and brother of Hamburg Councilwoman Karen Hoak, received the Democratic line in November over Robert B. Reynolds, a former county legislator and union chief who serves on the Hamburg Industrial Growth Company board, within the Democratic major.
Bob Mahoney misplaced within the Democratic and Working Households primaries towards the endorsed Democrats, Carly Whalen Story and Megan A. Comerford for City Board.
In a detailed race for the Conservative line, Amy McKnight and incumbent Councilman Michael Petrie, a registered Conservative, had a slight lead over Comerford for 2 City Board seats. Mahoney was fourth.
Ed Hughes, a laborer within the city Freeway Division, had no bother beating his boss, incumbent Freeway Superintendent Ted Casey within the Democratic major. Hughes additionally was beating Thomas Chmielowiec II, a Buildings and Grounds Division worker, within the Conservative major.