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THE WEEK AHEAD: Events for the week of April 10 

The Henrietta Democratic Committee will announce its candidates for town office, including a supervisor candidate, at 11 a.m. today.

Currently, none of Henrietta’s elected town-level officials are Democrats, even though the party has a significant enrollment advantage. Over the past few years, however, a group of town Democrats reinvigorated the Henrietta committee.

The town supervisor seat held by Jack Moore is up for election this year, as are the Town Board seats held by Kenneth Breese and Janet Zinck. BY JEREMY MOULE


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