SOMERS, N.Y. - Votes continued to be counted early Wednesday morning in the Somers Independence primary.
Harvey Kriedberg and Christopher Foley are seeking the Independence Party nods to run for two available seats on the Somers Town Board. Independence voters also can opt to vote for a write-in candidate. With 86 percent of the vote in early Wednesday morning, Kriedberg had 49 votes - 52 percent - and Foley had 45 votes - 48 percent.
Christine Robbins is running for Somers town supervisor on the Independence ballot. There also is a write-in option. She received 65 votes - 100 percent.
County Legislator and Majority Leader Peter Harckham, of North Salem, is running on the Independence ticket to keep his District 2 seat on the Westchester County Board of Legislators. Voters also have the option of writing in a candidate for the District 2 seat, which represents Bedford, Lewisboro, Mount Kisco, North Salem, Pound Ridge and Somers. The unofficial results show Harckham receiving 139 votes - 100 percent - with 94 percent of the vote counted.
Notably, town board member Rick Morrissey, Anthony Cirieco and William Faulkner are campaigning as write-in candidates for seats on the Town Board.