DUTCHESS COUNTY, N.Y. -- Northwest Dutchess voters went to the polls Tuesday.
Here are election results:
- In District 2, which represents the towns of Pleasant Valley and Poughkeepsie, incumbent Republican Donald Sagliano led over Democrat Ranald Adams IV 1,432 to 1,075 out of 2,507 votes with 100 percent reporting.
- In District 4, which represents Hyde Park, incumbent Democrat Hannah Black won against Republican Harold Ramsey 1,325 to 977 out of 2,302 votes with100 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 total reporting.
- In District 11, which represents Rhinebeck and Clinton, incumbent Joel Tyner leads Republican Joan Carbonaro 2,044 to 1,575 out of 3,619 votes with 100 percent total reporting.
- In District 19, which represents North East, Stanford, Pine Plains and Milan, Republican Gregg Pulver lead Democrat Richard Hermans 1,609 to 1,478 out of 3,087 votes with 100 percent total reporting.
- In District 20, which represents Red Hook, Democrat Kristopher Munn leads Republican Warren Sheprow 1,784 to 1,389 out of 3,173 votes with 100 percent total reporting.
- In Clinton, Republican incumbent Nancy Cunningham held the lead over Democrat Marian Thompson 651 to 579 and Democratic newcomer Michael Whitten led Republican incumbent Michael Appolonia 643 to 595 out of 2,468 votes with 100 percent total reporting.
- In Hyde Park, incumbent Supervisor Aileen Rohr leads Republican Bill Truitt 2,547 to 2,285 out of 4,832 votes with 100 percent total reporting. In Ward 1, incumbent Democrat Emily Svenson leads Republican Dawn Miller 731 to 484 out of 1,215 votes with 100 percent total reporting. In Ward 2, incumbent Democrat David Ray leads Republican Chris Beyer 597 to 0 out of 597 votes with 100 percent reporting. In Ward 3, incumbent Democrat Joseph Marrine beat Republican Sal DiPressi 561 to 489 out of 1,050 votes with 100 percent reporting.
- In Milan, incumbent Jack Campisi is running on the Democrat and Republican lines for town board along with Democat Bill Jeffway, Republican Roger Bastian and independent Stephanie Fitzpatrick for two seats. Jack Campisi and Bill Jeffway won the two seats with 100 percent reporting.
- In Pleasant Valley, Republican incumbent Nicholas Becker and Republican John Delvecchio lead Democrats Catherine Larkin and Frank Mazzella 1,225 and 1,138 out of 4,217 votes with 100 percent reporting.
- In Red Hook, Democrats Christine Kane and William O'Neill are running for two seats on the town board lead Republican James Ross 1,927 and 2,124 to 1,375 out of 5,426 votes with 100 reporting.
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