Not even Chappaqua's Hillary Clinton endorsing his opponent could slow Rob Greenstein down.
Greenstein, who is running for a third term as supervisor, defeated Browde, a Democrat endorsed by Clinton, 54 percent to 46 percent, 2,468 votes to 2,117 votes, according to unofficial results from the Westchester County Board of Elections.
Greenstein is running on the Republican ticket, though he is a registered Democrat. If elected, Browde would've been the first transgender supervisor in New York.
In the race for New Castle Town Board, Republican incumbent Lisa Katz and Democrat Ivy Pool lead with 2,402 votes and 2,351 votes, respectively. Republican incumbent Adam Brodsky and Democrat Gail Markels trail with 2,339 votes and 2,162 votes.
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