Yorktown supervisor's race still too close to call

A mere two votes currently separate former Supervisor and Democrat Don Peters and his Republican opponent Mike Grace in the Yorktown supervisor race."We anticipated a tight race," says Grace. "Maybe not as tight, but we anticipated a tight race."

Current Supervisor Susan Siegel, who lost in the Democratic primary, had a small showing running on the Conservative and Independence party lines.

Now election officials must sort through all the absentee ballots, as well as at least two voting machines which apparently malfunctioned, to determine who actually won the election."It's going to come down to the last absentee ballot opened this election so we just have to wait and keep your hopes up," says Peters.

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