Incumbent David Plavchak (R-C) was re-elected supervisor in the Town of Lloyd, capturing nearly 55 percent of the vote. Plavchak outpolled Democratic challenger Stuart Weiss by a margin of 1487-1217.
The race for town council was closely contested, with unofficial results showing incumbent Mike Guerrero, running on both Democrat and Conservative lines, as the top vote getter, with 1384 votes. The other apparent winner is Republican Tiffany Rizzo, with 1328, ahead of incumbent Joe Mazzetti (1272) and Mark Elia (1260).
In Marlborough, where Supervisor Scott Corcoran and Town Justice Dan Jackson were unopposed for re-election, incumbents David Zambito and Edward Molinelli were elected to the town board, with 1173 and 1110 votes respectively. Both ran on the Republican and Conservative lines. Unsuccessful candidate Maribeth Wooldridge-King, running on Democratic and Working Families lines, tallied 734 votes.
A resolution that would have extended the term of the town supervisor from two to fur years, was defeated by a margin of 889 to 870.
A second measure to increase funding of the Sarah Hull Hallock Library by $36,700 (to $189,200) was passed by a margin of 1141-599.