Stephen W. Cass won all three lines as a candidate for surrogate judge. On the Republican line, Cass received 4,244 votes; Independence, 97; and Conservative, 171.
On the GOP line, Cass defeated Susan K. Amsler, 1,519 votes, and Walter F. Drag, 1,313.
On the Conservative line, he bested Ms. Amsler, who got 69 votes.
As a result of Tuesday's vote, Drag and Ms. Amsler will not be on the ballot.
On the Independence line, Frederick A. Larson had 71 votes. But he will appear on the ballot as the endorsed Democratic candidate.
In other races:
In the Jamestown mayoral race, Samuel Teresi won both Democratic and Independence lines in the race for mayor, with 1,248 votes on the Democratic line and 18 on the Independence line. Anthony J. Raffa, who polled 911 votes on the Democratic line and 14 on the Independence line, will not appear on the ballot.
In County Legislative District 16, Christine A. Barirde received 90 votes. There were no reports of write-in votes.
Shaun P. Heenan polled 402 votes to win the Democratic line for councilman at-large. he also will appear on the Conservative and Independence lines.
Richard Makuch polled 317 votes in a losing effort for the Democratic lines.
Barbara S. Miles received 195 votes to win the right to appear on the Democratic line. Edith R. Moore received 111 votes but will appear on the Conservative and Independence lines as the endorsed candidate.
For highway superintendent, Thomas E. Allison received 229 votes for the Democratic line. Richard K. Turk polled 121 votes in a losing effort for that line.
Donald L. Steward apparently won the Republican line, receiving 76 votes against Casey P. Rhinehart's 72.