(This story has been updated)
BEDFORD, N.Y. -- Incumbent Don Scott and former Supervisor Lee Roberts have won the races for a pair of council seats on the Bedford Town Board, according to unofficial results released on Tuesday by the Westchester County Board of Elections.
With all 18 election districts reporting in, the unofficial results show that Scott got 1,780 votes while Roberts received 1,749. The results show that incumbent (and Deputy Supervisor) David Gabrielson has been unseated, receiving 1,560 votes, while MaryAnn Carr got 1,576.
Earlier unofficial results, which only showed 16 out of 18 districts reporting, showed Scott with 1,543 votes while Roberts had 1,374. David Gabrielson trailed in third with 1,322 votes while MaryAnn Carr had 1,277.
Meanwhile, Supervisor Chris Burdick has won re-election. Unofficial results show Burdick defeating challenger Patrick Brennan by a wide margin of 2,253 votes to 770. Before the final two districts were reported, Burdick was ahead by 1,803 votes to 623.
Burdick, Gabrielson and Carr ran on a Democratic ticket while Scott and Roberts ran on a Republican slate. Brennan ran as an independent, with a self-made party called Go Bedford.
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