DOBBS FERRY, N.Y. The Dobbs Ferry village elections were decided Tuesday without any election night drama -- all four village races were uncontested.
There was so little potential for surprise in the races that the Dobbs Ferry Board of Trustees met as scheduled Tuesday night while polls were still open.
With 88 percent of the districts reporting results, Hartley Connett won the uncontested election for Dobbs Ferry mayor with 100 percent of the votes and will begin his second term after serving as mayor since 2009, according to unofficial results from the Westchester County Board of Elections. Connett, who ran on the Republican and Dobbs Ferry Party lines, won the race with an unofficial total of 442 votes.
Catherine Kay, who has been Deputy Mayor on the board of trustees since 2009 and was also a trustee from 2003 to 2006, keeps her seat on the board. According to unofficial results and 88 percent of districts reporting, Kay won her race with 30 percent of the votes and a total of 371 votes. Kay ran on the Republican and Dobbs Ferry Party lines.
Victor Golio, who has been a village trustee since 2009, will begin his second term on the board of trustees after winning a spot with an unofficial 32 percent of votes and a total of 396 votes. Golio ran on the Republican and Dobbs Ferry Party lines.
Vincent Rossillo, who ran on the Democratic and Hudson River Party lines, will begin his first term on the board of trustees after winning a seat with an unofficial 38 percent of votes.
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