PELHAM, N.Y. -- Voters Tuesday turned out to vote for Pelham supervisor, town clerk, two council seats and receiver of taxes -- all of which were uncontested.
With 10 percent of the vote counted at 9:30 p.m. Supervisor Peter DiPaola Jr had 56 votes - 100 percent of all votes cast. DiPaola ran on the Republican line.
Republican Colleen Walsh received 54 votes - 100 percent - for town clerk.
Incumbent town clerk Timothy Case ran for Town Board. He received 53 votes and ran on the Republican line. Raffella Szymanski also received 53 votes and ran on the Republican line.
Republican John Nesi received 54 votes in his bid for receiver of taxes.
All results are unofficial until certified by the Board of Elections.
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