This story has been updated with the latest results from the Westchester County Board of Elections.
ELMSFORD, N.Y. -- Four incumbents were re-elected in Elmsford on Tuesday.
Mayor Robert Williams, Trustee Michael Eannazzo and Trustee Sydney Henry were all re-elected Tuesday to two-year terms after running on the Republican and Conservative lines.
Village Justice Richard Leone was also re-elected for a four-year term.
Unofficial results from the Westchester County Board of Elections show Williams and Leone received 112 votes. Eannazzo and Henry took home 101 votes each.
Williams became mayor in 2003, having previously served 10 years as a trustee.
Eannazzo is an incumbent trustee and is the board liaison for several committees: communications, tree, village business community, emergency services and highway and sanitation.
Henry serves as board liaison for several committees: traffic and safety, fire department, municipal buildings and public schools.
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