Beacon and Dutchess County Results

Unofficial returns from the Board of Elections

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* incumbent

Beacon Mayor

Randy Casale (Rep)* — 1,805 (69 percent)
Ron Ray (Dem) – 794 (31 percent)

Ward 1

Margaret E. “Peggy” Ross (Dem)* — 416 (60)
Diane Spiak-Pisanelli (Rep) — 273 (40)

Ward 2

Omar Harper (Dem, Rep) — 360 (65)
Charles P. Kelly (Working Families, Green)* — 195 (35)

Ward 3

Pamela Wetherbee (Dem)* — 353 (64)
William Irizarry (Rep) — 192 (35)

Ward 4

Ali T. Muhammad (Dem)* — 540 (79)
Samantha A. Tseng (Beacon Works) — 140 (21)

At-large (two seats)

George M. Mansfield (Dem)* — 1,845 (42)
Lee Kyriacou (Dem)* — 1,337 (31)
Chris Olson (Rep) — 1,048 (24)

State Supreme Court, 9th District (county/district results)

Montgomery J. Delaney (Rep, Con, Ref) — 22,075 / 119,097 (41)
Gretchen Walsh (Dem, Ind) — 21,175 / 142,640 (49)

Dutchess County Court Judge

Edward Ned McLoughlin (Rep, Con, Ind, Ref) — 23,874 (54)
Katherine Moloney (Dem, Green, WP) — 20,295 (46)

Family Court Judge

Tracy MacKenzie (Rep, Con, Ind, Ref) — 24,283 (55)
Lisa Ghartey (Dem, Green, WP) — 19,562 (45)

Dutchess County Clerk

Bradford Kendall (Rep, Con, Ind, Ref)* — 26,259 (60)
Mary Hannon Williams (Dem, WP) — 17,731 (40)

Dutchess County Executive

Marcus Molinaro (Rep, Con, Ind, Ref)* — 28,947 (63)
Diane Jablonski (Dem, Green, WP) — 16,725 (37)

County Legislature, District 16 (Fishkill/Beacon)

John V. Forman (Rep, Con, Ind, Ref) — 978 (50.5)
Anthony Sciarrone (Dem, WP) — 959 (49.5)

County Legislature, District 17 (Beacon)

James J. Miccio (Rep, Con, Ind, Ref)* — 1,105 (61)
Kellie McCormick (Dem, WP) — 708 (39)

County Legislature, District 18 (Beacon/Fishkill)

Jerry Landisi (Rep, Con, Ind, Ref) — 952 (50.45)
April M. Farley (Dem, Green, WP)* — 937 (49.55)

Dutchess County Sheriff

Adrian Butch Anderson (R, C, I)* (unopposed) — 33,394

Dutchess County District Attorney

William V. Grady (R, C, I)* (unopposed) — 33,088


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