Incumbent presumed winner in Greenburgh supervisor's race

Although paper ballots still need to be counted in the Greenburgh supervisor?s race, it appears the incumbent will keep his post.

After Monday?s machine recount, seven-term incumbent Supervisor Paul Feiner held an unofficial 194-vote lead over challenger Bill Greenawalt in the Democratic primary. Officials are now waiting for 127 absentee ballots, eight affidavit ballots and 16 emergency ballots to be counted on Wednesday.

Since there is no Republican candidate to run against on November 8, the primary winner will be the Greenburgh Town Supervisor.

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