Kinderhook pols announce slates for November
Aug 16, 2015 12:03 am
Katie Kocijanski in the Register-Star reports on who the Republican and Democratic parties nominated for town of Kinderhook elections in November. On July 11 the Kinderhook Republican caucus nominated current Kinderhook Supervisor and Chairman of the Columbia County Board of Supervisors Patrick Grattan for a fourth term in office, and incumbent Town Board members Deb Simonsmeier and Tim Ooms and Town Clerk Kim Pinkowski put forth, along with Columbia County District Attorney Paul Czajka. On July 25 Democrats nominated Matthew Nelson for town supervisor, and Marcia Anderson and Jeffrey Ouilette for the Town Board. Pinkowski was nominated also nominated by the Democrats, along with Tax Collector Deidra Curtis and Town Justice David A. Dellehunt also received the committee’s nomination. Attendees also endorsed Kinderhook resident, Ken Golden, for county district attorney. Read the full story in the Register-Star.