Dunham elected mayor in Kinderhook

KINDERHOOK–Former village Mayor James Dunham easily defeated village resident Rima Bostick in the contest for a two-year term as mayor of the village. The vote was 310 for Mr. Dunham to 125 for Ms. Bostick.

In the race for village trustee, with two seats open and four candidates, Richard Phillips, the only incumbent in the race, was the top vote getter, with 293. Also elected was Robert Baumeister, with 183 votes. The terms are for two years.

David Dellehunt was reelected to another four-year term as village justice, with 338 votes. He ran unopposed.

Election officials said that 407 voters turned out for the only contested village races in the county. Forty absentee ballots were received.






James Dunham* 310

Rima Bostick 125


Trustee (2)

Richard Phillips* 293

Robert Baumeister* 183

Stephen Bean 149

Peter Hunter 150


Village justice

David Dellehunt  338

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