Challenger concedes in Greenburgh supervisor race

Challenger Suzanne Berger conceded to incumbent Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner Tuesday night in the Democratic primary election.

With 91 percent of the precincts reporting, Feiner was leading Democratic Party Chair Berger with 67 percent of the vote. Berger had received the backing of the Democratic Party.

Berger says she will remain the Democratic Party chair. She also says her name will be on the ballot in November on the Working Families and Independent lines.

Feiner has been in office for 16 years.

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