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 Row A – All the Way!  Vote Democratic Nov. 4th

U.S. Representative Nita Lowey

NYS Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins

NYS Assemblyman Tom Abinanti

NYS Comptroller Tom DiNapoli

Remember to vote for your local public servants:

Village Trustee Mark Gilliland

Village Trustee Christina Giliberti


Row A – All the Way!  Vote Democratic on Nov. 5th

County Executive: Noam Bramson

County Clerk: Tim Iodoni

District Attorney: Janet DiFiore

County Legislator: MaryJane Shimsky

Greenburgh Town Supervisor: Paul Fiener

Greenburgh Town Clerk: Judith Beville

Irvington Village Trustee: Constance Kehoe

Irvington Village Trustee: Kristen Woll

 County Cout Justice: David Everett

The following 5 Democrats have been nominated for two Supreme Court seats

John Colangelo

Alex Eiseman

Victor Grossman

Janet Malone

Maria Vazquez-Doles


Congratulations to the winner of the Greenburgh Town Democratic Primary Incumbent Supervisor Paul Feiner:
Feiner: 65.31% Bernstein: 34.68%

Incumbent Town Clerk Judith Beville:
Beville: 67.85% Fantauzzi:32.14%

Currently, Supervisor Feiner is uncontested in the general election (Nov. 5th) and will run on the Democratic Party and Working Families lines.

Paul Feiner and Bob Bernstein running for Greenburgh

Paul Feiner and challenger Bob Bernstein

The debate: http://irvington.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=142

Or go to the Irvington Village Website, click on Watch a Meeting, and then click on Archives, then Archive of Meetings

Read The Patch’s coverage:




The results from the May 21st Greenburgh Democratic Convention:

Town Supervisor Challenger Robert Bernstein garnered 54% – Incumbent Supervisor Paul Feiner won 35% of the vote
Both incumbent council persons won (Francis Sheehan 75% and Diana Juettner 69%)
Frank Dimaglia lost his bid for councilman, but is a new Greenburgh DL.
For clerk: Sherron Fantuzzi won the Party’s endorsement with 55% – Incumbent Judith Beville – 41%   (3 abstentions)
The Receiver of Taxes Anne Povella was uncontested.

Our (12th District) County Legislator MaryJane Shimsky is uncontested.

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One-term incumbent County Executive Rob Astorino (Republican) is seeking re-election, but will be contested by New Rochelle’s very popular Mayor Noam Bramson.  Bramson’s website points out that the Astorino administration has borrowed millions while allowing the tax burden to go up.  However, many Westchester residents believe that Astorino has saved them tax dollars by cutting programs and government positions.  Did the current Republican County Executive issue more debt for Westchester County?  Which programs were cut?  Did he cut essential department personel and programs that will cost us taxpayers time and money in the long-run?

Democratic Westchester County Executive Candidate Noam Bramson

Democratic Westchester County Executive Candidate Noam Bramson

Election Day is Nov. 5th, 2013

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Election Results – Democrat Mark Gilliland Wins!

 Click on the photo to go to The Rivertowns Patch news article

Irvington Election Results: Gilliland and Montgomery
One incumbent Republican and one Democratic challenger will take seats on the Board of Trustees; Democrats now outnumber Republicans three to two.
Learn more about Greenburgh Politics as a whole at the Greenburgh Town Democratic Website

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