- Chemung County Executive Race: Chris Moss (R) 55% Jerome Emanuel (Dem) 29% Krusen (I) 16%
- 1st District: Pastrick (R) 57% Pucci (Dem) 43%
- 2nd District: Manchester (R) 69% Saglibene (Con) 30%
- 3rd District: Sweet (R) 53% Lynch (Dem) 40%
- 4th District: Brennan (R) 64% Bond (Dem) 35%
- 5th District: Margeson (R) 64% Stow (Dem) 20% Miller 15% (I)
- 7th District: Sonsire (Dem) 63% Milliken (R) 36%
- 8th District: Woodard (R) 58% Callas (Dem) 41%
- 9th District: Burin (R) 74% Fairchild (I) 25%
- 12th District: McCarthy (Dem) 50% Collins (R) 45%
- 13th District: Drake (R) 65% Logan-Lattimore (Dem) 34%
- 14th District: Smith (R) 68% Heyward (Dem) 31%
The fourth annual AIM Golf Tournament will be held on Sunday, May 6 at Elmira Country Club, and it will feature the Million Dollar Shot, sponsored by Perry & Carroll Insurance.
One player will be selected to take a shot for $1 million from 165 yards on the 18th hole following the conclusion of play. Also, an ace by any player on any par-3 during the tournament is worth $5,000. The AIM Golf Tournament will also feature skins, closest-to-the-pin and longest-drive contests. There will be cash prizes for the top teams.
It's a captain-and-crew format with four-player teams. The entry fee is $320 per team, and proceeds support AIM's programs and services for people with disabilities.
Check-in will be from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m., with a hot dog, chips and a drink for lunch. There will be a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m.
A buffet dinner at the country club will follow the tournament, and we'll give away dozens of raffle prizes, including a TV, thanks to the generosity of local businesses. Tickets for the raffle will be sold for $20 at the check-in table prior to the tournament.