For the Kingston Common Council, here are the races and candidates by ward.
Ward 1: Incumbent Democrat Matt Dunn is unopposed
Ward 2: Former Alderman Seche (D) is unopposed
Ward 3: Democrat Andrew Champ-Doran (running as a Republican) will face either Brad Will or Richard Kelder (the Democrats could not decide). It is also possible that Champ-Doran might seek the line since he is an enrolled Democrat. Finally, a fourth candidate (an enrolled Republican) may enter the race as well.
Ward 4: Steve Laden, the former Red Dog candidate for Mayor, is running on the Republican line. The Democrats nominated Nick Woerner who does not even live in the ward. He lives in ward 5 and ran for that Aldermanic seat two years ago and lost in a primary.
Ward 5: Democrat Carey is unopposed.
Ward 6: In what is clearly the best race in the city, Democrat Elisa Ball faces off against Republican Joe Corcoran. The real battle will be for the Conservative line. The City Conservative Chair backs Ball but the First Vice Chair does not. Should be interesting and may force an actual Conservative Party convention.
Ward 7: Democrat Mills is unopposed.
Ward 8: Lisa Bruck for the Democrats with a possible primary from Steve Schabot. No candidate nominated for the Republicans, but word is they now have one.
Ward 9: Incumbent Republican Brown versus Democrat Lynn Johnson