WILTON — The Republican Committee in the Town of Wilton met on Thursday, March 9 to endorse candidates for the November general election.
Endorsed are incumbents Arthur J. Johnson for Town/County Supervisor; Susan Baldwin for Town Clerk; Kirklin Woodcock for Highway Superintendent; and Gerald Worth for Town Justice.
Also endorsed for reelection were county officials Mike Zurlo, Sheriff; Craig Hayner, County Clerk; and Susan Hayes-Maza for Coroner.
Johnson is seeking his eighth two-year term. Johnson, as town budget officer, has submitted 15 consecutive balanced budgets with no general fund, highway or real property tax levy.
Johnson also represents Wilton on the Saratoga County Board of Supervisors where he previously served as chairman and presently chairs the Legislative and Research Committee.
Woodcock has been the highway chief since 1987 and has not lost his passion for serving his fellow town residents.
Worth has been Town Justice for a generation and continues to keep up his family’s tradition of service to the residents of the town of Wilton.
Baldwin is seeking her third two-year term as Town Clerk.
The Republican Committee will meet on April 11 to consider endorsements for the two Town Council positions up for election this fall.