Yesterday was primary day in New York. Former prosecutor Tom Walsh cruised to victory in the race for Rockland District Attorney in yesterday’s Democratic primary. He more than doubled the vote count of the second-place finisher, Assemblyman Ken Zebrowski. There were no major upsets among incumbents in the Legislature, as Legislator Aron Wieder won his primary challenge in District 13, Legislator Aney Paul won in District 14 and Legislature Chairman Toney Earl won in District 8. Newcomer Mari Morrison Rodriguez beat Michael Parietti of Preserve Ramapo in District 1, to face off against GOP candidate incumbent Douglas Jobson in the fall. Elsewhere, Republican incumbent Scott Milich won in Clarkstown’s town Council race in Ward 4, while Democrat Thomas Martens got the nod for Clarkstown Superintendent of Highways. Incumbent Zach Clerina and newcomer Yisroel Eisenbach won for Spring Valley Trustee, incumbent Sherry McGill lost. In Nyack the two incumbents won.