In a four-way race for two Pleasantville village board seats, and have come out on top, besting incumbent newcomer .
Mayor Peter Scherer, running on the Village Party line, was also re-elected uncontested, receiving 598 votes so far.
Cunningham (Stewardship Party) received 515, Wagner (Party for Progress) 384, Lopez (Pleasantville Party) 297 and Dolce (Community Party) 101 as of now.
Village Clerk Judy Weintraub reported there were 119 write-in votes during Tuesday's election for trustee candidates and 13 for mayor.
Wagner and Cunningham both said they were pleased with the results and are looking forward to serving the village.
Dolce said the results "are about what I thought it would be" and said he was very grateful for the opportunity to run.
"I think the village will be well-served by some new blood," Lopez said, referencing Wagner's victory and extended his congratulations to the two winners and mayor.
For Wagner, a new trustee, Lopez said he would advise her, "The budget is always a challenge and that's what's coming up."
Trustees Brian Skarstad and Mindy Berard were each in an .
Kevin Martin was initially a registered candidate, after his petition was deemed invalid by the Westchester County Board of Elections. He ran as a write-in candidate.
The absentee ballot votes and write-in votes will be counted in the coming days.
Village board members serve three-year terms.
Check back shortly for more from the election.