Advertisement

Kathy Sheehan wins Albany Democratic mayoral primary

September 12, 2017 11:48 PM

Mayor Kathy Sheehan is keeping her job for another four years.

With no Republican running, Tuesday's Democratic primary effectively decided the winner.

Advertisement – Content Continues Below

With 100 percent of the precincts in, Mayor Sheehan earned 50 percent of the votes.

Common council member Frank Commisso Jr. finished second with 32 percent.

Council President Carolyn McLaughlin has 16 percent.

Sheehan will face Green Party Candidate Dan Plaat in the general election.

WEB EXTRA: Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan delivers victory speech

Credits

WNYT Staff

Copyright 2017 - WNYT-TV, LLC A Hubbard Broadcasting Company

Advertisement
Relay Media Amp
Advertisement
Advertisement
Corinth fire kills mother of 9, daughter

Former Vice President Joe Biden speaking at Proctors

Men re-arraigned on charges in Saratoga County murder

Wrong winner declared in Gloversville mayoral race

Sex offender appearing at civil confinement hearing

Advertisement