This story has been updated.
HARRISON, N.Y. -- Harrison Supervisor/Mayor Ronald Belmont was easily re-elected to a second term on Tuesday, according to unofficial returns from the Westchester County Board of Elections.
Belmont, Harrison's director of Parks and Recreation for 35 years, led Democrat Elizabeth Schaper with 79 percent of the vote total.
Two incumbent Republicans seeking re-election to the Harrison town/village board members -- Stephen Malfitano and Fred Sciliano -- also are apparent winners -- each receiving about 34 percent of total votes cast on Tuesday. They defeated Democratic challengers Mark Jaffe and Michael Daher, according to unofficial returns.
Town Clerk Jackie Greer ran unopposed on Tuesday.
Harrison voters also elected part-time town justices in a four-way election for two openings.
Republicans Joseph L. Cannella, a Harrison council member, and Pasquale G. Gizzo led on Tuesday, according to unofficial returns. Trailing were Democrats Ronald Bianchi and incumbent Town Justice Marc J. Lust, who each received about 18 percent of all votes cast on Tuesday.
Lust, who was arrested for drunken driving in December 2014 was seeking a fifth term as town justice despite his loss on the Republican Party line in September's primary election.
Belmont is a non-affiliated voter, but was endorsed by the town Republican Party and won the September primary election.
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