BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. — With Election Day set to for Tuesday, here is what Briarcliff Manor voters can expect on their ballot:
There are no races or proposals from the Village of Briarcliff Manor. Residents living in the Town of Ossining will have one issue on the ballot. Residents located in Mount Pleasant and the Town of Ossining will choose among candidates for president, Congress and state offices, plus a Westchester County judge.
U.S. president Barack Obama (Democrat, Working Families) Mitt Romney (Republican, Conservative) Jill Stein (Green) Gary Johnson (Libertarian) Peta Lindsay (Socialism and Liberation) Virgil Goode (Constitution)
U.S. Senate, New York Kirsten Gillibrand (Democrat, Working Families, Independence) Wendy Long (Republican, Conservative) Colia Clark (Green) Chris Edes (Libertarian) John Mangelli (Common Sense)
U.S. House of Representatives, District 17 Joseph Carvin (Republican) Nita Lowey (Democrat, Working Families) Francis Morganthaler (We the People)
N.Y. Senate, District 40 Greg Ball (Republican, Conservative, Independence) Justin Wagner (Democrat, Working Families, Green)
N.Y. Assembly, District 95 Sandy Galef (Democrat, Working Families, Independence) Kim Izzarelli (Republican, Conservative)
Supreme Court Justice, 9th Judicial District (choose three) Noreen Calderin (Republican, Conservative) Carl Chu (Republican) John LaCava (Republican, Conservative, Independence) Rory Lancman (Working Families) Gerald Loehr (Democrat, Working Families, Independence) Maria Rosa (Democrat, Conservative, Working Families, Independence) Sandra Sciortino (Democratic)
County Court judge Matthew Troy (Republican, Conservative) David Zuckerman (Democrat, Working Families)
Town of Ossining proposal Town of Ossining highway superintendent position: The Town Board of Ossining voted unanimously in August to adopt a local law to change its highway superintendent from an elected position to an appointed one. But Ossining voters in the unincorporated part of the town will decide in Nov. 6 voting. If voters approved the change, the law would take effect Jan. 1, 2014.
Resident can check their polling place at the Westchester County Board of Elections website or by calling 914-995-5700.
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