What To Expect On Your Ballot This Year, Armonk

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Prepare yourself for what to expect on the ballot in November in Armonk before heading to your polling place.
Prepare yourself for what to expect on the ballot in November in Armonk before heading to your polling place. Photo Credit: Robert Michelin

ARMONK, N.Y. – With Election Day less than a month away, it is important for voters in Armonk to know what to expect on the ballot.

In addition to choosing the next president of the United States, North Castle voters will choose among candidates for Congress and state offices, plus a Westchester County judge. The following will be on North Castle voters’ ballots:

U.S. president

  • Barack Obama (Democratic, 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 (Democratic, Working Families)
  • 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 (Democratic, Working Families)
  • Francis Morganthaler (We the People)

N.Y. Senate, District 37

  • Bob Cohen (Republican, Conservative, Independence)
  • George Latimer (Democratic, Working Families)

N.Y. Assembly, District 93

  • David Buchwald (Democrat, Working Families, Independence)
  • Robert Castelli (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 (Democratic, Working Families, Independence)
  • Maria Rosa (Democratic, Conservative, Working Families, Independence)
  • Sandra Sciortino (Democratic)

County Court judge

  • Matthew Troy (Republican, Conservative)
  • David Zuckerman (Democratic, Working Families)

The Town of North Castle will hold two voter registration drives in October. The first will be from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Oct. 10 at Hergenhan Recreation Center. The second will be from noon to 9 p.m Oct. 13. at Town Hall.

Residents also can register at the Westchester County Board of Elections in White Plains through Oct. 12. Absentee ballot information and polling locations can be found on the town website.

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It should be noted that parts of North Castle are in the 18th Congressional district with Nan Hayworth as the incumbant.