Races in eight Westchester municipalities will be contested in tomorrow’s municipal elections
Races in eight Westchester municipalities will be contested in Tuesday’s municipal elections, with incumbents in seven other Westchester villages facing no opposition.
Polls open at 6 a.m. and close at 9 p.m.
Here is who is running:
Port Chester: Residents will choose a new mayor to take the helm of Port Chester, the rapidly growing Sound Shore village whose downtown has in recent years emerged as a nightlife and dining destination. With large developments and lingering discussion about a decision last year to eliminate all of the village’s paid firefighters and go forward as an all-volunteer department, Republican and former village clerk Richard Falanka will square off against Democrat Greg Adams, who is now a trustee.
Tuckahoe: A heated three-way race for mayor is brewing in this small Eastchester village. Incumbent Steve Ecklond is running on the Republican and Conservative party lines. He’s being challenged by Anthony Fiore Jr. on the Democratic and Hold Hotel Accountable lines and Melba Caliano on the Tuckahoe Independents line.
Scarsdale: A fully contested election will take place in the village for the first time since 1999, according to the Scarsdale clerk. For mayor, Scarsdale Nonpartisan Party candidate Mayor Dan Hochbert will face off against Voters Choice Party candidate…
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