Paul Pontieri has just earned another four-year term as Patchogue Village mayor, running unopposed in Tuesday’s village elections.

He’s also heading back to Village Hall with three incumbent trustees in tow, according to the election results.

The four current Village Board members ran as a team.

Those three trustee incumbents, Lori Devlin (609 votes), Thomas Ferb (576) and Jack Krieger (556),. fended off challenger James Skidmore (242) in an at-large election — meaning the top three vote-getters win.

673 people casted votes for Pontieri.

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After two postponements due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Patchogue Village elections that were originally scheduled for March are now happening tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 15.

Residents will head to the polls between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m.

Click here to find your polling place. Click here for your district.

In Patchogue, Mayor Paul Pontieri is running unopposed for another four-year term.

Trustee candidates Lori Devlin, James Skidmore, Tom Ferb and Jack Krieger are vying for three open trustee seats in an at-large race.

The top three vote-getters win.

Scroll down for the candidates’ pitches made over the winter.

Voters in Bellport Village will also go to the polls Tuesday, Sept. 15.