NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- Challenger Brent Golisano hold a sizable lead in his bid for a North Salem council seat, while running mate Lisa Douglas and incumbent Martin Aronchick are tied for the other seat, according to unofficial results released Tuesday by the Westchester County Board of Elections.
The results show that Golisano has 680 votes, while Aronchik and Douglas each have 605. Incumbent Councilwoman Amy Rosmarin trails with just 544 votes.
The outcome will not be resolved, at the very least, until an official tally is declared, which could happen later this month.
Supervisor Warren Lucas, who is running unopposed, has won with 1,026 votes, the unofficial results show.
Meanwhile, the unofficial results show that John Aronian and Stephen Bobolla have have been elected to be North Salem's next Town Justices, receiving respectively voting tallies of 718 and 682. Opponents Solomon Schepps and Robert Leder received 575 and 404 votes, respectively.
Town Clerk Veronica Howley has been re-elected after running unopposed; unofficial results show that she received 1,013 votes.
Lucas, Goslisano, Douglas, Howley, Bobolla and Aronian each ran on the Republican ballot line. They also ran on the Conservative, Independence and Reform lines. All of the opponents ran on the Democratic line, while all but Leder ran on a makeshift lined called Non Partisan. Leder's other ballot line was with the Women's Equality Party.