WPCNR CAMPAIGN 2015. From the Westchester County Board of Elections. November 4, 2015:
The Westchester County Legislature results from election day, pending official recanvas will still have 9 Democratic County Legislators and 8 Republicans after all machine ballots were counted.
In the City of White Plains, Nadine Hunt-Robinson, the deciding Council vote in the French American School denial in August was the leading vote getter, polling 3,662 to Councilman Dennis Krolian’s 3,635 and Milagros Lecuona’s 3,318. Hunt-Robinson, Krolian and Lecuona will serve through 2019. Annemarie Encarnacao, in a second attempt to be elected to the Council, running as the lone Republican candidate received 1,578 votes. The margin of victory was 30% of the vote compared to 13% for the Republican.
Here’s the breakdown of the County Legislature results:
District 1- John Testa (R) ran unopposed.
District 2- Francis Corcoran (R) defeated Kare Schleimer (D), 4,900 to 4,385 votes, pending recanvas.
District 3-Marget Cunzio (R) defeated Jon Diaconis, 4,043 to 3,156
District 4-Michael Kaplowitz (D) ran unopposed.
District 5-Benjamin Boykin (D) ran unopposed
District 6-David Gelfarb (R) ran unopposed.
District 7- Catherine Parker(D) defeated Susan Watson 5,088 votes to 3,606
District 8- Alfreda Williams (D) ran unopposed.
District 9- Catherine Borgia (D) Defeated Katherine Mamone , 4,896 to 2,621 votes,
District 10- Sheila Marcotte (R) defeated Haina Just Michael, 4,454 to 4,030 pending recanvas,
District 11- James Maisano (R) ran unopposed.
District 12–Mary Jane Shimsky (D) ran unopposed.
District 13- Lyndon Williams (D) ran unopposed.
District 14–Bernice Spreckman (R) defeated Christine Peters (D) 2,851 to 2,409 votes pending recanvas.
District 15– Gordon Burrows (R) defeated Kathleen Thomas, 3,804 to 2,571 votes.
District 16–Kenneth Jenkins (D) ran unopposed
District 17- Virginia Perez (D) defeated Piedad Abreu, 2,053 to 594 votes.
IN COURT RACES,
Gretchen Walsh was elected to Supreme Court Justice.
Susan Cacace was elected County Court Justice
Brandon Sall was elected Surrogate Judge.