The Westchester election results are in, and Senator Charles Schumer has retained his U.S. Senate seat, winning a fourth term. He is in line to replace the retiring Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nevada) as the Senate’s minority leader. Congressman Eliot Engel will continue to represent New York’s 16th congressional district, and Congresswoman Nita Lowey ran uncontested to retain congressional district 17. Congressman Sean Pat Maloney won 57 percent of the vote for congressional district 18, retaining the seat he first won in 2013. Bronx-based State Senator Jeffrey Klein was reelected to his senatorial district 34, which he has held since 2004. State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins, the Democratic conference leader, ran uncontested for senatorial district 35, which includes towns including all or portions of her hometown of Yonkers, and also Tarrytown, New Rochelle and Scarsdale. First-time candidate Bronx-based Jamaal T. Bailey won for senatorial district 36. State Senator George Latimer retained his seat against Julie Killian, a first-time candidate, for senatorial district 37. Anthony Scarpino was elected the Westchester District Attorney, taking 70 percent of the vote to Bruce Bendish’s 30 percent.