TARRYTOWN, N.Y. -- Mayor Drew Fixell was re-elected to a sixth term Wednesday despite a challenge from former Mayor Paul Janos.
According to unofficial results from the Westchester County Board of Elections, Fixell led with 885 votes, about 62 percent of total votes cast.
Janos received 554 votes, about 39 percent of the total count, according to the unofficial county results.
Fixell ran on the Democratic and Tarrytown United Party lines.
Janos ran on a third-party line called Our Village Party.
Village Trustees Thomas D. Butler, Becky McGovern and Doug Zollo all ran unopposed on the Democratic and Tarrytown United lines.
Village Justice Kyle C. McGovern also was unopposed and was re-elected to a four-year term.
The mayor is paid a $4,800 annual salary and village trustees are paid $2,400 a year.
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