There were a dozen-and-a-half primary elections held across Westchester on Tuesday, June 25.
Here's a rundown of the unofficial results in area races, according to the county Board of Elections:
County Court Judge
Four Democratic Party candidates ran for two Westchester County Court Judge spots on the Nov. 5 ballot.
Melissa A. Loehr and Robert J. Prisco led the other two Democrats, Alexander Eisemann and Michael L. Tawil.
Loehr received more than 17,100 votes countywide (35 percent) to Prisco's 12,018 votes (25 percent) in unofficial returns. The losing candidates each received about 9,600 votes -- or 20 percent apiece.
Prisco and Chris W. McClure were leading Tawil in a three-way primary race for two Independence Party ballot lines in the November general election.
For Somers Town Justice, there were three candidates running for two seats.
According to unofficial results, Michael J. Mcdermott and Denis J. Timone led Donna M. Pascucci.
The top two vote-getters' names will appear on the Nov. 5 general election ballot on the Republican, Independence and Conservative party lines.
Bobbi M. Bittker and Ellen Z. Calves ran in uncontested primaries, seeking Town Council seats on the Independence Party ballot line.
In the race for Town Justice, Daniel F. McCarthy led Maritza Fugaro-Norton on the Working Families and Independence party ballot lines according to unofficial returns.
In the Democratic Party primary, Incumbent Town Clerk Judith A. Beville was leading Maria J. Portilla by about 52 to 48 percent, according to unofficial results.
In the Democratic primary race for Town Council, incumbent S. Ken Jones and Gina R. Jackson were leading Eric Zinger in a three-way race for two ballot spots.
In the Common Council primary race for three ballot spots, Democratic incumbent Nadine Hunt-Robinson was the leader with 29 percent of the unofficial votes. Democrats Victoria Presser and Jennifer Puja each had about 27 percent of all votes for the other two spots. Kat Brezler trailed the others.
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