By Charlie Specht
Barry Weinstein will seek re-election to Amherst's top job, and he may be joined by another familiar face in town politics.
The Republican supervisor announced this morning that he will run for another four-year term. No challengers have come forward yet to unseat Weinstein, though the race is still early.
Meanwhile, Republican sources say former Council Member Shelly Schratz will seek a seat on the Town Board.
Earlier this month she said she planned to run for the County Legislature seat held by Democrat Thomas A. Loughran. But she would have faced a primary against town Highway Superintendent Robert Anderson, who appears to have the party's support.