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Clinton Supporters Sweat Early Returns At Chappaqua's Kittle House

Community members gathered Tuesday evening at Chappaqua's Crabtree Kittle House to watch election returns.
Community members gathered Tuesday evening at Chappaqua's Crabtree Kittle House to watch election returns. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Community members gathered Tuesday evening at Chappaqua's Crabtree Kittle House to watch election returns.
Community members gathered Tuesday evening at Chappaqua's Crabtree Kittle House to watch election returns. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Community members gathered Tuesday evening at Chappaqua's Crabtree Kittle House to watch election returns.
Community members gathered Tuesday evening at Chappaqua's Crabtree Kittle House to watch election returns. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Community members gathered Tuesday evening at Chappaqua's Crabtree Kittle House to watch election returns.
Community members gathered Tuesday evening at Chappaqua's Crabtree Kittle House to watch election returns. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman
Community members gathered Tuesday evening at Chappaqua's Crabtree Kittle House to watch election returns.
Community members gathered Tuesday evening at Chappaqua's Crabtree Kittle House to watch election returns. Photo Credit: Skip Pearlman

CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. - The mood was festive early Tuesday night at a Hillary Clinton Election Night party at Chappaqua's Crabtree Kittle House Restaurant, despite early results indicating a neck-and-neck race for president.

Several gatherings were taking place in Clinton's hometown and a large crowd packed Crabtree's Kittle House to watch election returns with the community.

"I believe she will win," Hala Makowska told Daily Voice. "I think she's the right person, I think she deserves it, and I think she'll be the best person for the country.

"I've never seen an election like this,' Makowski added. "And I think that the tenor - not set by Hilllary - really has not done this country any great service."

Dr. Jennifer Cancer, Forensic Pediatrician (Westchester Medical Center) from Armonk said: "We're thinking about family and children, and have confidence that the right candidate is Hillary. We're looking forward to a unified outcome from the country, regardless of the outcome of tonight."

"That has to be the hope," Danielle Weisberg added. "I don't think we can go back to the kind of rhetoric we were experiencing over the last 18 months. That's not who we are as people, or as mothers and professional women. We have to move forward."

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