Democratic challenger wins Irondequoit supervisor race by 540 votes
IRONDEQUOIT, N.Y. – The Irondequoit town supervisor’s office is getting a new occupant.
Andrae Evans, who ran on the Democratic and Working Families lines, bested Republican incumbent Rory Fitzpatrick.
And he did so narrowly by a tally of 6,869-6,329, according to complete but unofficial results from the Monroe County Board of Elections.
Evans — who will be the first Black person to serve as town supervisor in Monroe county — is a U.S. Army veteran.
Fitzpatrick beat Democrat Joe Morelle Jr. in 2021 by just a few hundred votes.