White Plains Council Results Put Democratic Slate of HUNT-ROBINSON, PRESSER AND PUJA Cruising to an all Democrat member Council in 2020 by a 3 to 1 MARGIN. COUNTY LEGISLATURE GOES 15-2 DEMOCRATIC AS GORDON BURROWS LOSES 51% TO 49% UNOFFICIALLY

NADINE HUNT-ROBINSON.(2ND FROM LEFT, JENNIFER PUJA (3RD FROM LEFT) AND VICTORIA PRESSER HEADING FOR THE COMMON COUNCIL, SHOWN IN A SPRING APPEARANCE ON PEOPLE TO BE HEARD

WPCNR CAMPAIGN 2019. NOVEMBER 5, 2019  UPDATED NOVEMBER 6 9 E.S.T.:

WITH ALL DISTRICTS COUNTED White Plains voters have sent Democratic Candidates for Common Council, incumbent Councilwoman Nadine Hunt-Robinson, and first-time candidates Victoria Presser and Jennifer Puja into office.

Virtually 3 out of every 4 voters, chose them over Andrew Custodio, Anne Marie Encarnacao and Brian Peroni, and Independent Candidate, Kat Brezler.

The Hunt-Robinson, Presser, Puja election guarantees an all-Democratic Common Council in White Plains beginning in January 2020, with four men and 3 women making up the Council

As dawn broke this morning, 15 County Legislature seats will all be held by Democrats. Because Gordon Burrows, longtime Yonkers legislator lost 51% to 49% to Ruth Walters, with Walters having 5,395 votes to Burrows’ total of 5,193, a slender 202 votes. Pending a recount, The Westchester County Legislature will be 15-2, in favor of the Democratic Party

Benjamin Boykin, of the uncontested Democrat incumbents returns to the County Legislature in District 7.

Here are the unofficial White Plains Common Council results with all districts tallied

NADINE H ROBINSON  Totals 5,787 24%

VICTORIA F PRESSER 5,143 22%

JENNIFER L PUJA  Totals 5,650 25%

 ANDREW C CUSTODIO  Totals 1,964 9%

BRIAN J PERONI 1,964 9%

ANNE ENCARNACAO 1,905 8%

KAT BREZLER 607 3%

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