SCARSDALE, N.Y. - The Scarsdale Non-Partisan Party were big winners on Tuesday at the first fully contested village election in nearly two decades.
By a near two-to-one margin, Nonpartisan candidate Dan Hochvert was voted as mayor, with 2,005 votes to the Voters Choice Party candidate Robert Berg’s 1,006 votes. The Nonpartisan Party also swept all three available seats on the Board of Trustees, with Matthew Callaghan, Carl Finger and Seth Ross each earning election.
In total, nearly 3,000 votes were cast, making it one of the busiest elections in years.
Vote totals for Mayor
- Dan Hochvert: 2,005
- Robert Berg: 1,006
Vote totals for Village Trustee
- Matt Callaghan: 1,996
- Carl Finger: 1,946
- Seth Ross: 1,984
- Brice Kirkendall Rodriguez: 1,032
- Robert Selvaggio: 1,037
- Carlos Ramirez: 991