Candidates file petitions for spots on ballot in city’s mayoral, Common Council races

Posted 4/26/19

Candidates for city offices who are seeking a party’s nomination have filed their petitions, according to the Oneida County Board of Elections. Mayor candidates Incumbent Jacqueline M. Izzo and …

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Candidates file petitions for spots on ballot in city’s mayoral, Common Council races

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Candidates for city offices who are seeking a party’s nomination have filed their petitions, according to the Oneida County Board of Elections.

Mayor candidates

Incumbent Jacqueline M. Izzo and challengers David Mattoon and David Halpin met their signature thresholds and will seek Rome’s highest office.

Izzo, a Republican, also petitioned to appear on the Conservative and Independence party lines on the ballot.

For the Republican nomination, Mayor Izzo and Mattoon will face off in the primary contest on June 25.

Halpin, a Democrat, has been endorsed by the city Democratic committee.

Independent candidate Ronald Wagner has until May 28 to gather 498 signatures for ballot access in the Nov. 5 election.

Common Council

The Common Council Presidency will also be contested.

Incumbent Stephanie Viscelli, a Republican, and challenger Carolyn Trela-Ferlo, a Democrat, met their signature thresholds and will appear on the November ballot.

Common Council candidates are as follows:

First Ward

Councilor Cam T. Tien will appear on the Democratic and Working Families party lines.

John M. Sparace, a former member of the Common
Council, will appear on the Republican, Conservative and Independence party lines.

Second Ward

Councilor John B. Mortise will appear on the Republican Party line.

Shelly Gardner will appear on the Democratic Party line.

Third Ward

Councilor Kimberly A. Rogers will appear on the Republican, Conservative and Independence party lines.

Fourth Ward

Councilor Ramona L. Smith will appear on the Democratic, Working Families and
Independence party lines.

Fifth Ward

Councilor Frank R. Anderson will appear on the Republican and Conservative party lines.

Samantha Hallenbeck will appear on the Democratic and Working Families party lines.

Sixth Ward

Councilor Riccardo D. Dursi Jr. will appear on the Republican and Independence party lines.

Seventh Ward

Councilor A. Robert Tracy will appear on the Republican and Independence party lines.

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