With Final Unofficial Results in, Republicans Appear to Break Veto..Democrats Unofficially Win 10 Seats. GOP, 7

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WPCNR CAMPAIGN 2013. November 8, 2013:

All results have officially been counted by the Westchester County Board of Elections by the end of Thursday afternoon, and with absentee ballots still to be counted,  we believe the Republicans have the lead in Districts 10 and 14, appearing to take away the Democratic Party ability to overrule a County Executive veto in 2014.

If final official results hold up, it means the Democratic Party no longer will hold a super majority which allows them to override a County Executive veto. With Michael Kaplowitz, Democrat from District 4  and Virginia Perez, Democrat from District 17 a bipartisan factors in passing last year’s budget, as well as new budget cutter Catherine Parker, Democrat-Elect in District 7, Democrat unity on policy may not be as harmonious as it has been in the past.

Catherine Parker in District 7, appears to have ousted Republican John Verni, 6,475 votes to 6,087.

In the District 10 dogfight, incumbent Republican Sheila Marcotte comes from behind, apparently at this time, beating the Democrat Challenger, Mary Jo Jacobs, 6,254 votes to 5,819.


In District 14, Republican incumbent, Bernice Spreckman pulled away from Rocky Richard, the Democrat, 3,950 votes to 3,161.

As of this hour the Democrats appear to have won Districts 2, 4,5,7,8,9,12,13,16, and 17.

The Republicans are apparent winners of Districts 1,3,6,10,11,14,15.


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