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Democrats Keep Complete Control of Council as All Incumbents Win

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With 100 percent of the unofficial tally in, the all Democrat Common Council in White Plains looks to have retained its power with all three incumbents keeping their seats and securing an easy majority of votes over Republican challenger Anne Marie Encarnacao, who hit between 12 and 13 percent early in reporting and stayed there until results from the 46 voting districts were in.

White Plains has seen previous elections with a smaller voter turnout. The final vote at 12,143 put incumbent Nadine Hunt-Robinson in the lead with 3,662 votes at 30 percent, incumbent Dennis Krolian with 3,635 votes at 30 percent and incumbent Milgros Lecuona with 3,318 votes at 27 percent.

Challenger Anne Marie Encarnacao earned 1,528 votes at 13 percent.

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