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Here's Who Won Westchester, Putnam Village Elections

Election Day.
Election Day. Photo Credit: File: Vanessa Inzitari

Residents in 15 villages in Westchester and Putnam counties made their way to the polls to vote for local mayors, trustees and local judges on Tuesday.

Elections were uncontested in Briarcliff Manor, Bronxville, Buchanan, Elmsford, Hastings-on-Hudson, Larchmont, Pelham Manor, Pleasantville, Rye Brook, Scarsdale and Sleepy Hollow. There were be contested elections in Port Chester, Pelham, Tuckahoe and Nelsonville in Putnam.

Results:

Putnam

  • Nelsonville

Mayor: William P. O'Neill (incumbent) 95; Christopher Caccamise 110;

Trustee: Alan W. Potts (incumbent) 103; Dove Helena Pedlosky 117; Lisa Mechaley 116;

Each will serve two-year terms.

Westchester

  • Port Chester

Mayor: Richard Falanka (incumbent);

Trustee: Luis Marino (incumbent) 2,303; Daniel Breakwood (incumbent) 1,193; Bart Didden (incumbent) 1,942; Frank Ferrara (incumbent) 1,930; Greg Adams (incumbent) 1,046; Alex Payan 2,405; Joan Grangenois-Thomas 1,813;

The mayor serves a two-year term, while trustees serve three-year terms.

  • Pelham

Mayor: Candace Ripoll 573; Chance Mullen 842;

Trustee: Stephen Doka 621; Arthur Long 580; LeRoy Marriott 557; Ariel Spira-Cohen 813; Michael Carpenter 824; Lisa Hill-Reis 798;

All positions serve two-year terms.

  • Tuckahoe

Mayor: Greg Luisi 682; John Fitzpatrick 638;

Trustee: Gina Lee 664; Umberto Baldassarra 580; Harmeet Goindi 636; Renée Howell 665;

All positions serve two-year terms.

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