Republican Primary for 18th Congressional District Has Low Turnout
June 28, 2016 The unofficial results of the Republican primary election for New York's 18th Congressional District have Phil Oliva as the winner over Kenneth Del Vecchio. With all of the 68 election districts reported, Oliva received 529 votes cast, or 66%. Del Vecchio received 277 votes, or 34% of the 806 votes cast.
"Congratulations to Phil Oliva on his victory tonight,” said Ed Cox, New York State Republican Party Chairman. “Phil is exactly the kind of principled leader we need in Washington. He has the plan to put people back to work and will do what's necessary to destroy ISIS and protect us from terrorism.”
Election Primary on Tuesday June 28
A Federal Primary Election is being held on Tuesday June 28, 2016 from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. for North Castle registered voters of the Republican Party and the Reform Party who live in the 18th Congressional District of New York. North Castle is divided into two Congressional Districts and therefore not all residents of North Castle will vote in this primary election.
Democratic incumbent Patrick Maloney won the election for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 18th Congressional District in November 2014. In the November 2016 General Election, Maloney will face the winner of the Republican primary, either Kenneth Del Vecchio or Phil Oliva Jr., and the independent candidate Scott Smith.
Registered Republicans and Reform Party residents of Armonk whose polling place is at the Armonk Fire House, in the Election Districts 6, 7, and 11, will vote at the Armonk Fire House at 400 Bedford Road. Registered Republicans and Reform Party residents whose polling place is at the Banksville Fire House, Bedford Banksville Road, in the Election Districts 1 and 9, will vote at Banksville Fire House.
If you need additional information regarding the election, contact the Westchester County Board of Elections at 914-995-5700.