NY — September 19, 2013 – The Westchester County Board of Elections have ruled
that Michael Rotanelli has won 52 percent of the votes cast in his favor of the
total of 100 percent of the votes tallied. Mr Rotanelli’s Primary Election
challenger, Ivy Reeves, garnered 48 percent of the vote. 131 votes separated the two contenders.
Rotanelli’s campaign will now need to focus on the General Election to be held
on November 5, 2013, in which he will face off against challenger Liam
press release issued today, Mr Rotanelli writes, "My top priority is to
bring Yonkers Democrats together to win the council president’s office in
November because I fear that Republicans will turn back much of the progress
Mr. Rotanelli’s campaign will now need to focus on the General Election to be held on November 5, 2013, in which he will face off against challenger Republican Liam McLaughlin, Esq., Working Families Party nominee Deborah Smith and the winner of the Conservative Primary – Grace Borani is in the midst of a write-in challenge for the Conservative nomination which have yet to be officially decided. the results of which weren’t available.
For more information on
Michael Rotanelli visit http://michaelrotanelli.com.