Coeymans, New York

Coeymans is a town in Albany County, New York, United States. The population was 7,418 at the 2010 census. The town is named after an early settler, who was the patent-holder for the area.

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Google Maps: Coeymans Town Supervisor

Philip A. Crandall (D/C/ICE/WF/REF) was re-elected Town Supervisor over challenger Keith E. Mahler Jr. (R) in a close 51.2% to 48.7%. A fairly close local race, it did not follow the common pattern in Coeymans Town with the more westerly election districts going redder and eastern districts going bluer. It was a bit of an usual race in the sense that Democratic-candidate Crandall had the Conservative and Independence lines, which put gave him line in several districts that would have otherwise gone red. Coeymans 6 in particular, Crandall pulled 30 votes on the Conservative line, 9.2% of the votes cast in that district and 16 votes from Independence Line, an additional 4.9% of the district. He only won the district by 22 votes, so it's obvious that ICE/CON pulled him over the line there in that normally fairly red district.