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Amherst town supervisor Brian Kulpa gets re-elected for second term, beating out challenger

AMHERST, N.Y. (WIVB) – Incumbent Brian Kulpa (D) beat out his challenger, Jay DiPasquale (R) Tuesday night in the election for Amherst town supervisor.

Kulpa won with about 57 percent of the vote.

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It will be Kulpa’s second term as town supervisor.

In an interview with WIVB last month, Kulpa said his plans for a second term are to continue the development he’s focused on throughout his first term.

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