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Newly elected Amenia Councilman Leo Blackman was all smiles as he held up a photo of friends and supporters with an American flag and a sign reading, ‘We Did It.’ Photo by Kevin Gardiner

Election brings some changes, rejects others

HARLEM VALLEY — Election Day 2021 was Tuesday, Nov. 2. The Dutchess County Board of Elections (BOE) released unofficial results as of late Tuesday night. Of course, it could take weeks until all of the absentee and military ballots are counted, but by and large most of the municipal elections in the Harlem Valley have been decided — though there is always the possibility that those mail-in ballots yet to be tallied could sway a close race or two, so make sure to keep reading The Millerton News to stay in-the-know.

This week, however, we have the most up-to-date news on the results, as they stand now, according to the numbers released by the BOE.

To read how voters living in your communities leaned this election season, make sure to read each and every town page in this newspaper this week. Our reporters give full accounts of how your 2021 local elections turned out, and interviewed some of the winners.

To read who was elected to the Dutchess County Legislature to represent the Harlem Valley district you live in, click here.

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