ARMONK, N.Y. - Voters in North Castle were given the chance to meet their Republican Town Board candidates on Saturday when they staged a petition signing on Main Street. Supervisor Bill Weaver is running for a second term and stood alongside Doug Martino and Steve D'Angelo.
"The signing has been going great," Weaver said. "It is a way that people can meet and talk with us."
The three candidates arranged a table outside of Main Street's Tazza Cafe with red, white and blue balloons and tried to collect signatures to get their names on the Republican ballot for September primaries and November election.
Martino is running for town judge and said people were meeting with him to discuss important issues such as taxes and work ethic.
"They want a cohesive government that will work together," Martino said. "Voters are tired of the fighting within the party."
D'Angelo is a candidate for the town board in North Castle and said it was the first of the group's public events leading up to the September primaries. He and his colleagues say they are uniting under the common goal of conveying that they stand for leadership, economic growth, and service.
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