White Plains Democrats declared victory shortly after 10 p.m. Tuesday night for all four seats on the White Plains Common Council.
According to unofficial results still being tallied, incumbents and will take on four-year terms along with . Incumbent will fulfill an unexpired two-year term.
Boykin, Lecuona and Krolian defeated Republican candidates , and , while lost to Martin, according to unofficial results.
The unofficial results as of 11 p.m. are as follows:
3 full terms; 37 out of 43 districts reporting; total votes: 17,933
- Boykin: 3,729 votes or 21 percent
- Krolian: 3,324 votes or 19 percent
- Lecuona: 3,246 votes or 18 percent
- Guerriere: 2,893 votes or 16 percent
- Cirulli: 2,380 votes or 13 percent
- Donnelly: 2,361 or 13 percent
One unexpired term; 37 out of 43 districts reporting; total votes:
- Martin: 3,999 votes or 64 percent
- Arndt: 2,263 votes or 36 percent
, a Democrat, was waiting for more results to come in before he accepted his win. Ryan was running against Republican candiate to keep his seat represting District 5, which covers White Plains and Scarsdale.
The unofficial results as of 11:45 p.m. are as follows:
50 our of 53 districts reporting, total votes: 7,637
Ryan: 4,616 or 60 percent
Pagan: 3,021 or 40 percent
was running unopposed for her seat representing District 8, which covers Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, Elmsford, Greenburgh and White Plains. As of 11:45 p.m. there were 2,670 votes for Williams from 37 of 42 districts reporting