Democrat O'Neill defeats familiar opponent for Village of Buchanan mayor

Democratic incumbent Dan O?Neill has won another term as Village of Buchanan mayor. O?Neill defeated former Republican Mayor Al Donohue with 66 percent of the vote. This is the fourth time the two men

News 12 Staff

Mar 22, 2006, 3:42 AM

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Democrat O'Neill defeats familiar opponent for Village of Buchanan mayor
Democratic incumbent Dan O?Neill has won another term as Village of Buchanan mayor. O?Neill defeated former Republican Mayor Al Donohue with 66 percent of the vote. This is the fourth time the two men faced off against each other for village mayor. At his victory celebration, O?Neill thanked the voters and his village board for their support. Two trustee seats were also up for grabs in Buchanan. Democratic incumbents Joseph Tropiano and Frances Surak won re-election with each capturing 422 votes. The Republican challenger, Jeffrey Kane, received 197 votes. Click here for a complete list of race results.


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