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James Calnon wins Plattsburgh mayoral race

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The city of Plattsburgh has a new mayor this morning, with Republican James Calnon taking the seat that was vacated by Mayor Donald Kasprzak, who chose not to run again.

Calnon beat independent party candidate Chris Rosenquest by fewer than 500 votes according to the latest unofficial tally, with Democrat Mark Tiffer running a distant third.

While absentee ballots are still being counted, Rosenquest has declined to concede the race.

Calnon, who is a long-time member of the city council, told the Plattsburgh Press-Republican that he's grateful to voters for their "expression of support."

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