A Democratic Sweep in Bethlehem
It's a great night for Bethlehem!
From the Town Board, to the Highway Department, all of our candidates won tonight.
Every. Single. One.
David DeCancio FLIPPED the Republican seat on the Town Board.
Maureen Cunningham was reelected to the Town Board.
David VanLuven was reelected as Town Supervisor.
Marc Dorsey was reelected as Highway Superintendent.
Andy Kirby was reelected as Town Justice.
Nanci Moquin was reelected as Town Clerk.
But we couldn't have done any of this without you and your support. It sounds cheesy, but think about it: we can post on our website until we're blue in the face. None of it matters unless you get out there and vote. Today, and in the previous weeks of early voting, you did just that.
We are beyond grateful.
If you’d like to see the detailed results from the Albany County Board of Elections, you can do so here.
Thanks for your continued support.
For Immediate Release Contact: Joanne Cunningham, Chair
February 17, 2021 Bethlehem Democratic Committee 518-810-3538
The leadership of the Bethlehem Democratic Committee (BDC) announced its 2021 slate of Democratic candidates for Bethlehem town offices. The candidates were endorsed with great enthusiasm at the quarterly meeting of the BDC held on February 11, 2021. The endorsed slate of candidates include:
David VanLuven, Bethlehem Town Supervisor (incumbent)
Marc Dorsey, Bethlehem Highway Superintendent (incumbent)
Maureen Cunningham, Bethlehem Town Board (incumbent)
David DeCancio, Bethlehem Town Board
Andrew Kirby, Bethlehem Town Justice (incumbent)
Nanci Moquin, Bethlehem Town Clerk (incumbent)