MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- The three village trustee candidates nominated by the Village of Mamaroneck Democratic Committee were leading a four-way primary runoff Tuesday night.
According to unofficial returns from the Westchester County Board of Elections, the leaders were Victor Tafur Dominguez, an environmental lawyer and professor; with 467 votes; Keith Waitt, a former chairman of the village budget committee, with 465 votes; and incumbent trustee Leon Potok, a retired financial adviser; with 434 votes.
Local activist Stuart Tiekert was losing with 354 votes.
Three of the five seats on the village board are on the November ballot. Trustees serve a two-year term and get paid $4,590 annually.
Tuesday's Democratic Party winners will face Republican candidates Maria Micone DeRose, Joern Malte Stoeckhert and Dennis Cucinella in the November general election.
Harrison Village Trustee
In a two-way race for one village trustee candidacy in Harrison, incumbent Harrison board member Joe Stout was losing to Democratic primary challenger Christopher Rodier by an unofficial vote tally of 277 to 129 votes. Stout is a former Westchester County parks commissioner; Rodier is a software engineer. The winner faces Republican Richard Dionisio in the November general election.