Mayor Thomas Roach Secures Democratic Party Nomination Decisively by 3 to 1 Margin Over Challenger for Mayor, Milagros Lecuona. Democratic Voters Support City Committee Nominated Council Candidates, Martin, Kirkpatrick and Newcomer Brasch. Anti FASNY sentiment not a factor. Latimer Defeats Jenkins for the County Executive Dem Nod by almost 2 to 1.

WPCNR CAMPAIGN 2017. September 12, 2017 UPDATED 9:30 A.M.:

Mayor Thomas M. Roach turned aside the primary challenge of Councilwoman Milagrose Lecuona, securing the Democratic Party line by a 3 to 1 margin.  This morning with 100% of the votes tallied here are the results (unofficial):

Office MAYOR – WHITE PLAINS
PARTY Votes Percent
DEM THOMAS M ROACH JR 2,950 72%
DEM MILAGROS LECUONA 1,121 28%
Office Totals 4,071 100%
Office COUNCILMAN – WHITE PLAINS
VOTE-FOR-THREE
PARTY Votes Percent
DEM SAAD T SIDDIQUI 1,331 12%
DEM MICHAEL KRAVER 1,707 15%
DEM JOHN M MARTIN 2,273 20%
DEM ALAN D GOLDMAN 1,581 14%
DEM JUSTIN C BRASCH 1,973 18%
DEM JOHN B KIRKPATRICK 2,308 21%
Office Totals 11,173 100%

 

Roach’s Democratic Party nominated running mates, John Martin, John Kirkpatrick and Justin Brasch defeated challengers Goldman, Kraver and Siddiqui, with Kraver being the closest candidate to securing a Democratic Party line.

Mr. Siddiqui and Mr. Kraver will be on the ballot in November on the Working Families Party line.

Mr. Goldman will be on the Republican line for Council, along with Cass Cibelli and a third candidate.

Milagros Lequona is also on the Republican Ticket as Candidate for Mayor.

 

 

 

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