David F. Crandall unseated Mayor Patrick L. Lucariello in Tuesday's election in the Village of Mayville.
In other mayoral races in Chautauqua County, Cassadaga, Silver Creek and Westfield will have new mayors because the incumbents did not seek re-election.
In Celoron and Sinclairville, the incumbents were re-elected.
Mayors in Cherry Creek and Sherman were unopposed.
Games of chance were approved in Brocton, Mayville and Westfield.
Nineteen voters re-elected Mayor Richard Babbage and Trustees Wayne Germaine and Richard Wight. All are Republicans.
Trustees were re-elected with Democrat Joseph Pisoni, getting 185 votes and Republican Lavern E. Scott 169. Challengers Republican Elizabeth Czysz polled 156 votes and Democrat Clydell Huber, 126. Games of chance were approved, 185-44.
Robert Lancaster, Progressive Party, received 124 votes to succeed Mayor Daniel Crandell, who did not seek re-election.
Trustee Stanley Zembryski of the Taxpayers Party received 120 votes for mayor. Trustees Keith Kelley, 180 votes, and Max A Cross, 137, were re-elected. Both ran on the Progressive line. Clarence G. Merow of the Taxpayers Party received 125 votes.
Mayor Donald D. Johnson, a Democrat, was re-elected with 204 votes, defeating former Republican Mayor Warren Gertsch, who received 129 votes.
Trustees Donald Danielson and Robert Storey, both Democrats, were re-elected. Each polled 200 votes. Republican challengers William Arthurs and Phyllis Pintagaro had 130 and 129 votes respectively.
Republicans swept the election.
Mayor Betty Milspaw ran unopposed and received 76 votes. Trustees Jerry Williams and Mary Conklin each received 54 votes for two-year terms. Ernest Howe received 52 votes for a one-year term to replace Trustee Dolores LeBarron.
Democratic trustee candidates Dean Mount and Sidney Pattyson received 27 and 33 votes, respectively, for two-year terms and Democrat Patricia Krenzer received 34 for the one-year term.
Republican trustees were re-elected as Kenneth L. Lyon and Pauline A. Pryll each received 306 votes. Salvatore J. Ribaudo polled 303 votes and David P. Mareri, 176 votes, as candidates of the Open Government Party.
Republican Trustee Nancy Stock was re-elected with 152 votes. Democrat David McEntarfer received 130 to succeed Clifford Cooley, who did not seek re-election. Democrat Richard Waterman polled 117 votes and Republican Angelo Grisanti 93.
Republican Trustee Laurence Sales was re-elected with 333 votes.
Republican Hans P.B. Christensen, who had been appointed to fill a vacancy, was elected to a full term with 338 votes. Democrats Keith Flanders and Kenneth A. Sortore had 296 and 189 votes, respectively. . The trustees' terms are for four years.
David F. Crandall, a Republican, polled 391 votes to upset the incumbent Patrick L. Lucariello, running on Democratic and Conservative lines, who had 263 votes.
Trustee Francine E.M. Lloyd, with both Republican and Democratic backing, was re-elected with 467 votes. Newcomer Melvin H. Baldwin, a Republican, received 437 votes to defeat incumbent Francis W. Emo, backed by Democrats and Conservatives, who had 292 votes. Games of chance were approved by a vote of 271-66.
Jarvis Ireland ran unopposed for re-election as trustee and polled 14 votes.
The incumbent mayor and two trustees ran unopposed on the Peoples Party and were re-elected. Mayor Norman Aikens received 41 votes and Trustees Eunice Reed and Nicholas Paul, each 38 votes.
Elizabeth Turzillo, backed by Democrats and Conservatives, ran unopposed for mayor and received 432 votes to succeed Wayne Martin, who is retiring as mayor. Incumbent Trustee Dennis Corsaro Republican and Conservative, was re-elected with 283 votes. Democrat Anthony G. Borrello was elected trustee with 285 votes. Democrat Edward Gard polled 222 votes and Thomas Buczkowski, backed by Republicans and Conservatiaves, 257 votes.
Mayor W. Earl Minckler of the Village Party was re-elected with 162 votes. His challenger, Diman Todd Smith of the Common Party, received 96 votes.
Both incumbent trustees of the Village Party were re-elected, as Edwin Kellogg received 164 votes and Jeannette King, 165 votes. Joseph A. Goodwill of the Working Persons Party gained 64 votes and Clarence Hall of the Transition Party, had 81 votes.
Republican Joseph Pagano polled 574 votes and will succeed Mayor Linda Dunn, who is retiring.
Democrat John H. Brewer received 362 votes in the race for mayor.
Republican Lynda A. Kelly received 571 votes and Republican Charles F. Smith,607 votes for two trustee positions. Democrat Stephen P. Zanghi had 459 votes.
Village Justice James J. Spann Sr., a Republican, was unopposed and was re-elected with 705 votes. A proposition permitting games of chance was approved. The vote total on the proposition was unavailable.