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Election 2017

 

For a comprehensive set of links to local Yonkers election coverage, including debate video, local media, and advocacy groups such as Westchester Children's Association,  see our Election Information Resources page.

 


 

Candidates who are on the ballot are listed below.  Candidates who are shaded blue attended the LPRA Candidates Night. 

Descriptions of the three ballot propositions are available on the New York State Board of Elections website at http://www.elections.ny.gov/NYSBOE/Elections/2017/proposals/2017StatewideBallotProposals.pdf.

The League of Women Voters produced a very helpful outline and assessment of the propositions that can be viewed at http://lwvny.org/advocacy/vote/2017/Voters-Guide_2_2017.pdf.


County Executive

Robert Astorino
Republican
Conservative

George Latimer
Democratic

Working Families, Reform

Independence, Women's Equity 


County Clerk
 Timothy Idoni
Democratic
Working Families
Women's Equity
 Jim Chisholm
Republican
Conservative, Reform
Independence

County Legislature - 17th District

London Reyes

Working Families
Independence

Virginia Perez
Democratic


City Council President
Liam McLaughlin
Republican
Conservative
Reform
Mike Khader
Democratic
Working Families
Independence, Women's Equity 
 
 

 
City Council - 2nd District
Corazon Pineda

  Democratic

 Working Families
Independence

 

 

Judicial Races
We have provided below a synopsis of the specific judicial positions appearing on the ballot in the City of Yonkers, along with the candidates and the party lines that support them.

County Court Justice, Vote for 1

George Edward Fufidio
Democratic, Republican
Working Families
Independence, Conservative

The County Court handles criminal prosecutions of felonies and misdemeanors committed within the county, although in practice most misdemeanor offenses are handled by lower courts. County Courts also have limited jurisdiction over civil lawsuits, generally involving claims of up to $25,000. County Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.


City Court Judge, Vote for 1

Mary Anne Scattaretico-Naber
Democratic, Republican
Working Families, Reform
Independence, Conservative

City Courts arraign felonies and handle misdemeanors and lesser offenses as well as civil lawsuits involving claims of up to $15,000. The Yonkers City Court has a small claims parts for the informal disposition of matters involving claims of up to $5,000 and a housing part to handle landlord-tenant matters and housing violations. City Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.

Family Court Judge, Vote for 1:

Kenneth L. Bunting

Republican

Conservative
Reform
Arlene Gordon-Oliver
Democratic
Working Families
Independence

Family Courts, located in every county of the state, hear matters involving children and families, including adoption, guardianship, foster care approval and review, juvenile delinquency, family violence, child abuse and neglect, and child support, custody and visitation. Family Court judges outside New York City are elected to 10-year terms.

Supreme Court, 9th Judicial District, Vote for 1:

Linda M. Murray

Republican

Conservative
Independence
Christi J. Acker
Democratic
Working Families
 

The Supreme Court a statewide court, generally hears cases outside the authority of the lower courts such as civil matters beyond $25,000, and divorce, separation and annulment proceedings, and (in New York City) criminal prosecutions of felonies. Supreme Court justices are elected to 14-year terms.

The New York State Unified Court System provides a Voter Guide for Judicial Positions that will appear on the ballot in Westchester County, available at https://portal.nycourts.gov/sites/vote/2017.  This guide provides information supplied by the candidates about their background.


     

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