CARMEL, N.Y. - Incumbent Republican Suzi McDonough and newcomer Michael Barile, who also ran a Republican, were elected to the Carmel Town Board Tuesday night.
Barile was the top vote-getter with 5,118 votes (37.3 percent). McDonough garnered 4,583 votes (33.4 percent). Democratic challenger Judie Mirra finished a distant third with 2,567 votes (18.7 percent).
Incumbent Councilman Frank Lombardi, who lost the GOP primary but ran on the Independence and Reform party lines, finished fourth with 1,402 votes (10.2 percent).
Langley Tops Smith
In the race for Putnam County sheriff, it appears that Democratic challenger Robert Langley has defeated Sheriff Don Smith. Langley received 11,732 votes (49.7 percent), edging out Smith, who picked up 11,397 votes (48.3 percent).
The results of the election, as reported by the Putnam County Board of Elections, are not official until confirmed by the BOE.
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