Here are the unofficial vote totals in local and county races according to the Ulster County Board of Elections website.(This was updated at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, November 6)
In the run for Town Supervisor, Democrat Fred Pizzuto beat Republican Jeff Paladino by a vote of 1,370 to 1,297.
The two Town Council seats that were up for grabs were won by Democrat Mike Guerriero with 1,395 and Democrat Joe Mazzetti with 1,324. Republicans John Fraino received 1,296 votes and Bud Walker got 1,151 votes.
Several individuals ran unopposed this year: Highway Superintendent Richard Klotz garnered 2,046 votes, Town Clerk Wendy Rosinski, who was appointed after long-serving clerk Rosalie Peplow retired, won in her own right by 2,501 votes and Town Justice Eugene Rizzo won another term with 2,528 votes.
Republican Herb Litts ran unopposed for re-election to the Ulster County Legislature in District 9, which covers western Lloyd and Plattekill, received 1,249 votes.
Al Lanzetta won re-election as Town Supervisor against challenger Russell DeSantis by a vote of 1,194 to 881. This was the only seat in Marlborough that was contested.
The two Town Council seats were won by Republicans Scott Corcoran and Ed Molinelli who won by 1,536 and 1,521 votes, respectively.
Judge Dan Jackson won re-election by 1,652 votes.
John Alonge, who will succeed retiring Superintendent Gael Appler Sr., received 1,662 votes.
In the Town of Plattekill, Incumbent Supervisor Joseph Crce (R-CG-I) was the apparent winner, with 61 percent of the vote.Croce defeated Democratic challenger Jaime Pagan by an unofficial margin of 1,146-731
The Ulster County Legislative seat in District 11 for Marlborough was open after Richard Gerentine decided to retire. The position was won by Republican Tom Corcoran who received 1,092 votes to Democrat Mici Simonofsky who got 679 votes.
In District 10, which includes the Town of Lloyd and part of Marlborough, Ulster County Legislative incumbent Republican Mary Beth Maio beat Democrat challenger Russell Gilmore by 998 to 778 votes.
The race for Ulster County Executive was apparently won by Patrick Ryan who beat challenger Jack Hayes in a rematch by a vote of 30,674 to 18,062 votes.
The winner of the Ulster County District Attorney race appears to be Republican Michael Kavanagh who beat Democrat David Clegg by a razor thin margin of 24,969 to 24,966.
Democrat March Gallagher will be the next Ulster County Comptroller after beating Republican Lisa Cutten 27,006 to 21,074.