Hamlin's town supervisor race has two candidates.
Both are members of the Conservative Party, but running on different party lines.
"I spent four years on the town board. So these elections are not really anything new to me," said Thomas Brewslawski, candidate.
Supervisor Brewslawski is on the Republican ticket.
He's going for a second term.
"My family was a farming family here and I grew up on a the family farm," he said.
He's a Hamlin lifer and he wants voters to give him a second chance to finish what he's started.
"There's a lot of things that I'm not quite finished with yet. One of them is the library. We obtained a $466,000 grant. That was the largest grant in the history of the Town of Hamlin to construct a new library," said Brewslawski.
You may recall his passion during a recent town hall meeting, when Brewslawski called out people involved in what he thought was an attempt to sabotage his chances at a second term.
"To knowingly and willfully do something like that, to sabotage a town department is sickening to me and like I said it got my dander up and so be it," said Brewslawski.
The fuss brought attention to the town, but opponent Eric Peters says it was the wrong kind.
"I don't think that the whole situation was handled the way it should have been. It should probably not have been in public at all," said Peters.
Peters is somewhat new to politics.
"I have lived here for 25 years and I have ties to the town that go back to when I was a kid," he said.
He's running on the Conservative Party Line. Peters works for the Monroe County Water Authority. He wants voters to help him bring more development to Hamlin.
"I'd like to see us stay a small agricultural community a little bit larger, get some more housing going and a few more businesses going," said Peters.
He believes this election will make a big impact on the town's future.
"We're going to work together to make things better and I think that can happen if we make a change in November," said Peters.
We'll see how things shake out on the fifth.