The county legislator, town board and supervisor races have hundreds of uncounted votes because of machine malfunctions. Voting machine troubles and a county-wide machine impounding from Tuesday’s election is leading to uncounted votes and unfinished business for candidates in the race for county legislator and the supervisor seat.
The Westchester County Board of Elections updated its website on Thursday and showed that all districts have reported results from the election, but those are not the final or official results. The absentee ballots and affidavits would still have to be counted.
In the Yorktown supervisor race, Michael Grace, a Republican, who ran against former town supervisor Don Peters, a Democrat, and incumbent Susan Siegel, had secured 2,764 votes (or 38 percent) to Peters’ 2,538 votes (or 34 percent), with all districts reporting on Thursday. Siegel had 28 percent of the votes, for a total of 2,065.