BRONXVILLE, N.Y. - Three incumbents running for office in Bronxville easily won their village elections on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, Village Administrator James Palmer announced that Trustees Randolph Mayer, Robert Underhill and Mayor Mary Marvin will remain in office to serve additional two-year terms.
Mayer and Underhill, running on the Republic and Bronxville Citizens for responsible Government party lines received 569 and 573 votes, respectively. Challenging Democrat Elizabeth Calderon earned just 144 votes. Marvin, running unopposed, was elected to her seventh term in office.
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