Clarence Republicans are poised to continue their party's dominance in town elections this year.
The supervisor's job, two Town Board seats, the town clerk's position and a town justice post all are on the ballot in November, and all are currently held by Republicans.
But town Democrats so far have endorsed just one candidate for office and are waiting for more contenders to express interest, said Rebecca Bylewski, the Clarence Democratic chairwoman.
The Republicans have endorsed Supervisor Patrick Casilio, Councilmen Robert Geiger and Christopher Greene and Town Clerk Nancy Metzger for re-election. So far, they don't face Democratic opposition.
Town Justice Robert Sillars isn't running for another term. Republicans are backing former town prosecutor Jonathan Hickey, while Democrats have endorsed attorney Ryan J. Mills.