The score for those challenging incumbent township supervisors was 50-50.
Algonquin Township Supervisor Dianne Klemm fended off the strong challenge of Clerk Marc Munaretto.
But Grafton Township Supervisor Linda Moore could not withstand the four years of relentless pounding by winner Pam Fender and her allies.
Pam Fender’s fight to become Grafton Township Supervisor could be blocked by Independent Jim Kearns.
“While I’m disappointed with the results of today’s election,” Moore said, “I truly appreciate the volunteers and supporters across the township that made my grassroots campaign possible.
“Together we reformed the Grafton Township Supervisor’s Office.
“We ended patronage and eliminated waste.
“I’ll always be grateful to the voters for entrusting me with the job of reforming the Township Supervisor’s Office four years ago,” she continued. “I want to put the rhetoric aside and move forward. I wish my successor well.”
In Nunda Township only twelve votes separate leading vote getting Lee Jennings and Bridgett Provenzano. Don’t expect a concession from Provenzano. She will wait until the canvass, if not request a discover recount.
And the winner in Nunda will face an Independent candidate in April.