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Election Results for Rye City and Rye Town

Here are the unofficial election results for Tuesday's primary elections in the City of Rye and Town of Rye races.

An unofficial tally of the primary votes for City of Rye and Town of Rye primary elections was posted by the Board of Elections on Tuesday night. Refresh this page for updated results.

For the 6th District County Board of Legislators, Democratic nomination, with 35 of 39 districts (89 percent) reporting:

Dan Brakewood 57 percent (404 votes)

Mark S. Jaffe 43 percent (319 votes)

Total: 100 percent (723 votes)

For 6th Distrist County Board of Legislators, Conservative nomination, with 35 of 39 districts (89 percent) reporting:

David B. Gelfarb 100 percent (74 votes)

Brakewood and Gelfarb will face off in the November election for the retiring Martin Rogowsky's seat.

In the 7th District, the Independence party nomination for County Board of Legislators, with 41 of 54 districts (75 percent) reporting:

Judy Myers 100 percent (66 votes)

Incumbent Judy Myers will now face challenger Suzanna Keith.

In the three-spot race for the Independence Party endorsement for City Council in the City of Rye, with 9 of 14 districts (64 percent) reporting from the City of Rye (Independence Party):

Laura Brett 32 percent (32 votes)

Rafael Elias Liner 29 percent (28 votes)

Joseph A. Sack 37 percent (35 votes)

Total Votes: 100 percent (9 votes)

Brett, Liner and Sack will now face Paula Gamache, Josh Nathan and Catherine Parker for three council seats to be decided in November.

With 28 of 31 districts (90 percent) reporting from the Town of Rye (Conservative Party) for Town Supervisor:

Joseph E. Carvin 53% (72 votes)

Ricardo Dos Anjos 47% (63 votes)

Total Votes: 100% (135 votes)

Carvin and Dos Anjos will face off again in the general election.

Editor's note: Voters may also write-in their choices for candidates in the Independence Party primaries and these results have not yet been noted in the unofficial result tally posted by the Board of Elections. 

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