RHINEBECK, N.Y. -- Voters in Rhinebeck will have a choice for Town Supervisor on Election Day.
Incumbent Democrat Elizabeth Spinzia is being challenged by Republican Bruce Washburn. Spinzia, a freelance commercial TV producer, is running for a second term.
Spinzia was elected to the town board in 2011 and ran unsuccessfully for supervisor in 2009.
Washburn previously worked at IBM and has been on the town board for eight years. He said he decided to run for supervisor after a budget four times the tax cap was proposed.
Democrats Edmond Roberts, Allan Scheer and Republican Sheryl Monaco are running for two seats on the Rhinebeck Town Board.
Democrat Barry Sherrod is running against Republican Kyle Eighmy for Highway Superintendent.
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