“Friends of Stony Point,” an independent political party, recently chose its candidates for the November election.
The slate is a mixture of Republicans and Democrats.
For town supervisor, the party endorsed Jerry Rogers, a Republican.
Two seats are up for election on the Town Board, and the party chose James White, a Republican, and George Potanovic, president of the Stony Point Action Committee for the Environment, for those seats. Potanovic, a Democrat, is petitioning for a primary.
The party also endorsed Megan Carey for town clerk and incumbent William Franks for town justice, both Republicans, and Patrick Kennell, a Democrat, for superintendent of highways.
The party endorsed Mike Diederich for County Legislature representing District 1. Diederich, a Democrat, is petitioning for a primary.
Chris Holmes, chairman of the party, said he invited Democratic Town Supervisor Phil Marino several times to the party’s endorsement interview, but that Marino didn’t respond.
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