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New Castle Victories are Now Official

Patch File Photo: Rob Greenstein, Adam Brodsky and Lisa Katz.
Patch File Photo: Rob Greenstein, Adam Brodsky and Lisa Katz.
The November election results for New Castle Town Board and Town Justice are now marked as official by the Westchester County Board of Elections.

These final results, which were posted on the board's website, show in the supervisor's race that Rob Greenstein defeated Penny Paderewski by 2,816 votes to 2,221. There were six votes marked as being irregular. Greenstein ran as a candidate under the Team New Castle ticket, while Paderewski, the current town administrator, ran as part of the Democratic ticket.

For two council seats on the town board, the final results show that Lisa Katz and Adam Brodsky got 2,934 votes and 2,715 votes, respectively. They ran as Team New Castle's candidates. The Democratic candidates - they were incumbent Councilman John Buckley and former Councilman Michael Wolfensohn - got respective totals of 2,311 and 2,026. Four votes were marked as irregular.

In the town justice race Democratic candidate and incumbent Noah Sorkin beat challenger Stuart Miller by 2,741 to 2,316, with one voted marked as irregular. Miller was Team New Castle's candidate.

The Team New Castle candidates ran on the Republican and Independence party ballot lines, and are not shown in the results under their ticket's name. The Democratic candidates ran under their eponymous ballot line and the Working Families ballot line.

The official results mean that the outcomes from the unofficial results were not altered. The unofficial results, which included counts in all election districts, did not include absentee or affidavit ballots, according to information from the board of elections.

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