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Here is how Westchester voted, according to results as of 12:20 a.m. Tuesday listed on the Westchester County Board of Elections website.
For President, 60 percent of the county voted for the Obama-Biden ticket; 38 percent for Romney-Ryan - with 80 percent of the results in.
For U.S. Senator, Gillibrand won 70 percent of Westchester's vote - 80 percent results in.
For Congressional District 17, Nita Lowey had 67 percent of the votes - 85 percent results in.
For NYS Senate District 40, Justin Wagner won 52 percent of the votes - 85 percent results in. However Ball's campaign had called the race when Putnum and Dutchess counties favored him.
And for Greenburgh: Proposition 1. Voters like the sports bubble. The town's lease to Game On 365 received 66 percent "yes" votes - 82 percent results in.
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