MAMARONECK, N.Y. – Election Day is Tuesday, and three village trustee seats and one town council member seat are on the ballot in Mamaroneck.
In the Village of Mamaroneck, no incumbents are running, opening their seats to new candidates. The Democratic candidates are Leon Potok, Illissa Miller and Andres J. Bermudez-Hallstrom. Their Republican challengers are George Belsito, Dennis P. Cucinella and Michael Sudano.
Village Justice Daniel J. Gallagher, a Democrat, is running for re-election against Republican challenger Jennifer E. Bienstock-Cohen.
In the Town of Mamaroneck, newcomer Jay Rubin, a Republican, will challenge Council member Jaine Elkind Eney, a Democrat. For town justice, Ronald Meister, a Democrat, will run against Robert Sternbach, a Republican.
On the state level, Mamaroneck voters will decide on the race for Senate District 37, which pits Bob Cohen (R) against George Latimer (D-Rye), assemblyman in the 91st District; as well as Assembly District 91, which pits Steven Otis (D) against William J. Villanova (R-Port Chester).
The race for U.S. Congressional District 16 pits Eliot Engel (D) against Joseph McLauglin (R) as well as against Joseph Diaferia (Green Party). U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D) will face challengers Wendy Long (R), Colia Clark (Green) and Christopher Edes (Libertarian).
Finally, President Barack Obama (D) faces former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (R) as well as Gary Johnson (Libertarian) and Jill Stein (Green) in the top race.
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