Dems Prevail in Mt. Kisco Village Elections: Unofficial Results

Jean Farber re-elected to village board, while Karen Schleimer wins first term. Village Justice Mark Farrell re-elected.

Running uncontested, Democrats swept Mount Kisco's village races.

With all districts counted, according to unofficial results provided by the village, incumbent Jean Farber won another term with 2,552 votes. Karen Schleimer, a fellow Democrat, won an open seat with 2,446 votes. Village Justice Mark Farrell was re-elected with 2,682 votes. The totals are the combined numbers for each on bot the Democratic and Independence Party ballot lines.

Farber was first elected in 2010 and will hold a second, 2-year term. Schleimer, a planning board member and former zoning board of appeals member, is taking a seat being vacated by Democratic incumbent Joseph Morreale.


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