Monsey, NY – In Ramapo, 65-year-old Supervisor Christopher St. Lawrence easily won an eighth term in Tuesday’s election with 54 percent of the vote, beating Republican Michael Parietti by 13,775 to 11,399 votes with 96 percent counted.
This is the second time that Parietti has lost to St. Lawrence on a reform platform.
Meanwhile, Democrats went two-for-two in seeking seats on the Town Board. Incumbent Brendel Logan-Charles and newcomer Shmuel Boruch Tress (pictured above) easily beat Republicans William J. Weber Jr. and Timothy D. Scott. Logan-Charles and Tress won 13,944 and 13,598 votes, or 28 percent.