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Orangetown Supervisor: Ready to Count

Judge Victor J. Alfieri ruled Tuesday that six of the remaining Orangetown absentee ballots should be tossed out, leaving six more to be counted.  

Rockland County Elections Commissioner Kristen Stavisky said at 3 p.m. the time when they will be counted has not been determined yet. Though all races including votes from Orangetown are waiting the final count to be certified, it is the election for Orangetown Supervisor that remains undetermined. 


Before the final absentee ballots were counted, incumbent Supervisor Andy Stewart, a Democrat from Nyack, held a three-vote lead with 6,161 to Republican challenger Walter Wettje’s 6,158. Stewart had challenged the final 12 absentee ballots.

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