Editor's note: As of 9 a.m., Nov. 6, poll numbers put Tom Moreo ahead of Katherine Daniels by 5 votes. We'll be monitoring this race as all votes are tallied.
Here's the story we posted on election night, which had Daniels ahead of Moreo:
Incumbent Republican Brent Golisano and Democrat Katherine Daniels secured two seats on North Salem’s town board, beating Republican Thomas Moreo, according to the Westchester County Board of Elections unofficial election results.
Golisano’s 702 votes and Daniels 641 votes were enough to defeat Moreo, who received 623 votes.
A North Salem Middle/High School graduate, Golisano has lived in town for 42 years. He looks to hold the line on tax increases while finding ways to preserve the services to which residents are accustomed.
Daniels, who moved to North Salem in 1996, said previously that she cherishes and wants to preserve and protect the community. She served on the Board of Education for 14 years and participated in crafting the town’s current master plan. She looks to revitalize Croton Falls hamlet, adding affordable housing and improving road conditions.
Although Moreo’s name appeared on the ballot, the North Salem Republican Committee has said that he is planning to move out of the state and would have needed to resign had he won.