BRONXVILLE, N.Y. – Residents in Bronxville will not have many choices in Tuesday’s election, because each candidate is running unopposed.
Incumbent Republican Mayor Mary Marvin, who has been at the head of the village since 2007, will retain her position for another two-year term.
Republicans Donald Gray and Robert Underhill will also be re-elected because each is running without an opponent in the election for village trustee. Each will serve another two years and will be up for re-election in the 2015 village election.
Residents can cast their votes Tuesday at Village Hall.
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