Mark G. LeBaron defeated Michael A. Livermore for the Republican line for the Highway Superintendent race.
LeBaron received 66 votes while Livermore received 48 votes. There were no write-in ballots reported.
The race for at least two town justice political lines has yet to be determined.
On Thursday, Lori A. Dankert received 58 votes on the Republican line while Constance M. Johnson received 55. According to the Board of Elections officials, they have received six Republican absentee ballots. Seven Republican ballots were issued.
For the Independence line, Johnson received 9 votes while Dankert received 8. Board of Elections officials state they have received one absentee Independence Party ballot.
For the Conservative line, it appears Johnson won that line. One vote was cast for Johnson. No votes were cast for Dankert.
Board of Elections officials say they will open the absentee ballots some time next week.
STATE SENATE 60TH DISTRICT
Incumbent Mark Grisanti defeated challenger Kevin Stocker for the 60th Senate District. With 97 percent of the precincts reporting, Grisanti received 5,290 votes while Stocker received 3,514 votes.
It appeared Grisanti carried the Independence Line, receiving 451 votes, while Marie Clark received 143 votes and Brian Siklinski received 67 votes. He was not declared the winner as of midnight, but had received 58 percent of the vote, with 272 out of 280 districts reporting.
For the Democratic line, Mike Amodeo was declared the winner, receiving 7,400 votes. Amodeo defeated Charles Swanick who received 3,336 votes and Alfred Coppola, who received 1,951 votes.
The district, which extends along Lake Erie, includes Brant, Evans, Hamburg, Orchard Park, a small portion of Lackawanna, the city of Buffalo, Tonawanda and Grand Island.
STATE ASSEMBLY 147TH DISTRICT
For the 147th state Assembly District, David DiPietro was in the lead late Thursday night for the Republican line. With 116 out of 122 districts reporting, DiPietro had received 2,617 votes while David Mariacher received 2,286 votes, Daniel Humiston received 764 votes and Christopher Lane received 286 votes. DiPietro has also received the backing of the Conservative Party.
For the Independence Line, Christina Abt had received 194 votes, while Humiston received 82 votes. Abt is also running on the Democratic and Working Families lines.
The 147th Assembly District has 14 towns in Erie County including Evans, Brant, Collins and North Collins as well as all of Wyoming County.