Chemung County Officials 2018: Where’s your district and who is running?

All the seats on the Chemung County Legislature are up for bids this year and quite a few people are running. Here’s a guide to the locations of the districts and to the candidates.

We have tried very hard to make sure all information is complete and accurate. Please let us know if edits need to be made. If candidates announce later, or drop out of the race, we will update the post.

Where’s my district? Click below for a PDF map of the Chemung County Districts. (Also available online here).

Who is my current Legislator? (Available online here).

When do I vote? Federal Primary– Tuesday June 26th 2018: 12:00 pm to 9:00 pm
                          State and Local Primary– Thursday September 13th 2018: 12:00 pm to 9:00 pm
                          General Election– Tuesday November 6th 2018: 6:00 am to 9:00 pm (Voting info found on

Who are the people running in the next election?

County Executive:
Christopher Moss Campaign Page, Star Gazette article, Sheriff’s page
Jerome Emanuel Star Gazette article, Website
Mike Krusen Campaign Page, Star Gazette article
Shake It Up Party
Dr. Steven Coleman, WETM Interview, Star Gazette article
Stephen Coleman drops out of race

County Treasurer:
Jennifer Furman Campaign Announcement, Biography, Star Gazette article

District 1 (Catlin, Veteran, Millport):
John Pastrick (I)Facebook announcement, Star Gazette article, County Legislature page
Brent Tarntino Twitter Feed UPDATE 20180727: Mr. Tarntino was disqualified, here’s the link to his facebook post about it:
Democrat & Conservative
Anthony Pucci Campaign Page, Star Gazette article, facebook page

District 2 (Big Flats):
David Manchester (I) Star Gazette article, Legislature page

District 3 (Town and Village of Horseheads):
Thomas Sweet (I) County Legislature page, Star Gazette article
Mike Belosky Star Gazette article
Deborah Lynch, facebook page, Star Gazette article

District 4 (Towns of Horseheads, Big Flats
& Village of Horseheads):
Joseph C. Brennan (I) Legislature page, Star Gazette article
Michael Printup Star Gazette article
Ed Bond Campaign page, Star Gazette article

District 5 (Towns of Erin, Horseheads):
Kenneth J. Miller, Sr. (I) Legislature page, WENY article
Mark Margeson Star Gazette article
A.J. Stow Candidate Announcement

District 6 (Towns of Elmira, Erin, Baldwin,
Chemung, Van Etten, & Village of Van Etten):
Brian Hyland (I) Legislature page

District 7 (Town of Elmira):
Dr. Cornelius J. Milliken (I) Campaign page, Legislature page
Democrat & Conservative
Christina Bruner Sonsire Website, Star Gazette article

District 8 (Village of Elmira Heights,
City of Elmira, Towns of Elmira, Horseheads):
Peggy L. Woodard (I) Legislature Page, Star Gazette article
Frank Cicci Jr. Website, Star Gazette article
Chris Callas Website

District 9 (City of Elmira, Town of Elmira):
William E. Fairchild Sr. (I) Legislature page, Star Gazette article
John Burin Star Gazette article, Website

District 10 (City of Elmira):
Martin D. Chalk (I) Legislature page, Star Gazette article

District 11 (City of Elmira):

Robert Briggs WENY Story

District 12 (City of Elmira &Town of Southport):

Paul M. Collins (I) Legislature page, Star Gazette article
Peter Keenan facebook page, Website, Campaign Announcement
Bill McCarthy Star Gazette article, facebook page

District 13 (City of Elmira, Town of Southport):
Richard D. Madl (I) Legislature Page, facebook page
Scott Drake Star Gazette Article
Tanisha Logan-Lattimore facebook page, Instagram, Star Gazette article
Claude Oliver Star Gazette article

District 14 (Town of Southport):
Michael S. Smith Star Gazette article
Christina Heyward WENY article

District 15 (Towns of Ashland, Southport, Elmira & Village of Wellsburg):
Rodney J. Strange (I)Website, facebook page, Legislature page

6 Replies to “Chemung County Officials 2018: Where’s your district and who is running?”

  1. Wonderful! How do we get more people in the community to see this?

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