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Southwest Dutchess Election Results

The results are in.
The results are in. Photo Credit: Contributed

DUTCHESS COUNTY, N.Y. -- Southwest Dutchess voters went to the polls on Tuesday.

Here are results:

  • In District 1, which represents the Town of Poughkeepsie, Democrat Giancarlo Llaverias led Republican incumbent Margaret Kakish 677 to 546 out of 1,223 votes with 100 reporting.
  • In District 2, which represents the towns of Pleasant Valley and Poughkeepsie, incumbent Republican Donald Sagliano leads Democrat Ranald Adams IV 1,432 to 1,075 out of 2,507 votes with 100 percent reporting.
  • In District 5, which represents the Town of Poughkeepsie, Republican incumbent Ken Roman leads Democrat Pamela Kingsley 1,354 to 1,211 out of 2,565 votes with 100 percent reporting.
  • In District 6, which represents the Town of Poughkeepsie, Democrat Rebecca Edwards leads Republican William Biskup 1,402 to 1,252 out of 2,654 votes with 100 percent reporting.
  • In District 7, Hyde Park and the Town of Poughkeepsie, incumbent Republican William Truitt leads Democrat Paul Donnelly 1,687 to 1,125 out of 2,812 votes with 100 percent reporting.
  • In District 8, which represents the City and Town of Poughkeepsie, Democrat incumbent Craig Brendli leads Republican Patrick Watson 1,963 to 1,230 out of 3,193 votes with 100 percent reporting.
  • In District 12, which represents East Fishkill, Republican incumbent John Metzger leads Democrat Laurette Giardino 1,742 to 952 out of 2,694 votes with 100 percent reporting.
  • In District 14, which represents Wappinger, Republican Lisa Paoloni upset Democratic incumbent Fancena Amparo 1,194 to 1,176 out of 2,370 votes with 100 percent reporting.
  • In District 15, which represents Wappinger, Republican incumbent Joseph Incoronato leads Democrat Robert Cofer 1,381 to 1,230 out of 2,611 votes with 100 percent reporting.
  • In District 16, which represents Fishkill and Beacon, Democrat Frits Zernike led over Republican incumbent John Forman 1,432 to 1,325 out of 2,757 votes with 100 percent reporting.
  • In District 17, which represents Fishkill, Republican incumbent James Miccio led over Democrat Keltie McCormick 1,159 to 1,045 out of 2,204 with 100 percent reporting.
  • In District 18, which represents Beacon and Fishkill, Democrat Nick Page led over Republican Jerry Landisi 1,624  to 942 out of 2,566 votes with 100 percent reporting.
  • In District 23, which covers Pawling, Beekman, and East Fishkill Republican incumbent John Thomas leads Democrat Helen Grosso 1,660  to 1,199 out of 2,859 votes with 100 percent reporting.
  • In Poughkeepsie, Democrat Ann Finney beat independent Mario Johnson and Republican Mike Young for city council at large.
  • In Ward 1, incumbent Democrat Christopher Petsas leads Republican Rob Page. In Ward 4, Democrat Sarah Brannen beat incumbent Republican Lee Klein. In Ward 5, Republican Yvonne Flowers leads Democrat incumbent Ann Perry. In Ward 6, Democrat incumbent Natasha Cherry leads Republican Donde McIlwee. In Ward 7, incumbent Democrat Randall Johnson leads Republican Angelline Smalls. In Ward 8, incumbent Democrat Matthew McNamara leads Working Families member Joshua Simon for city council.
  • In Beacon, Democrats George Mansfield and Lee Kyriacou lead Republican Amando Downer for two seats on the council at large 2,559 and 2,428 to 783 out of 5,770 votes with 100 percent reporting.
  • In Ward 1, Democrat Terry Nelson leads Republican Wayne Theiss and Green Party member Paul Yeaple In Ward 2, Democrat John Rembert led over incumbent Republican Omar Harper. In Ward 3, Democrat Jodi McCredo leads Republican Andrew Gauzza III for a seat on the city council. In Ward 4, Democrat Amber Grant leads Republican Christopher Bop.
  • In East Fishkill, Democrats Michael O'Brien and Edwin Myoshi, Republicans Tom Franco and John Jackson and Conservative Emanuele Marinaro are running for two seats on the town board. Tom Franco and Emanuele Marinaro led.
  • In Fishkill, Republican incumbent Doug McHoul lead Democratic challenger Jacqueline Bardini led over incumbent Larry Cohen and Paul Gilbert 2,293 and 2,245 to 2,019 and 2,214 out of 8,771 votes with 100 percent reporting.
  • In Lagrange, incumbent Republicans Joseph Luna and Edward Jessup lead Democrats James Fredrickson and Michael Maresca 2,286 and  2,254 to 1,538 and 1,512 out of 7,590 votes with 100 percent reporting.
  • In the Town of Poughkeepsie, Republican incumbent Jon Baisley leads the supervisor race against Democrat Michael Treybich.
  • In Ward 1, Republican incumbent Jeffrey Renihan leads Democrat Daniel Fannon for town board. In Ward 2, Republican incumbent William Carlos leads Democrat Bill Husted for town board. In Ward 3, Democrat Jessica Lopez led over Republican incumbent Joseph Conte. In Ward 4, Republican incumbent Michael Cifone leads Democrat David Gill In Ward 5, Republican incumbent Joseph Lepore leads Democrat Matthew Woolever for town board.

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