Michael Grace Wins Supervisor Race With Final Count of Absentee Ballots

According to the Westchester County Board of Elections, Grace had secured a total of 3,078 votes to opponents Don Peters' 2,846 votes and incumbent Susan Siegel's 2,316 votes.

Yorktown supervisor candidate , who is also a former town attorney, has won the three-way race in his first run for public office. 

According to the Westchester County Board of Elections all absentee ballots were counted earlier this week. Grace had secured a total of 3,078 votes to his opponents ' 2,846 and incumbent 's 2,316 votes.

Grace was a few weeks ago when all districts reported the results, while Peters said he was waiting out on the final numbers when all absentee ballots and affidavits are counted. Grace remained ahead of Peters, and Siegel conceded. 


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