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Clinton visits SUNY Purchase on campaign trail
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Clinton visits SUNY Purchase on campaign trail

Hillary Clinton, former secretary of state and Democratic candidate for president, made a campaign stop at SUNY Purchase on Thursday, March 31, approximately two and a half weeks before the state’s primary election. The campaign chose to host the rally in the intimate Repertory Theatre of the school’s Performing Arts […]

With endorsements from both the Independence and Conservative parties, Rye City Councilwoman Julie Killian, a Republican, will now carry four ballot lines in her November state Senate race. File photo
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Rye councilwoman preps for state Senate run

Julie Killian, a city of Rye councilwoman, will try to do what no other Republican has been able to: beat George Latimer. Killian announced that she plans to seek the New York state Senate seat for the 37th District currently occupied by Latimer, a Democrat, at a Rye City Republican […]

3-way race for county district attorney job
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3-way race for county district attorney job

With former Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore now a state judge, and her replacement choosing not to seek election this November, three candidates have entered the race to take over the spot as the county’s top prosecutor. The latest entry is Bruce Bendish, a White Plains Republican, who announced […]

Susan Watson
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Consultant surfaces as potential Parker opponent

With Republicans targeting the seat of Westchester County Legislator Catherine Parker, a Rye Democrat, as part of the party’s efforts to claim majority control of the 17-member Board of Legislators this election season, another potential opponent has been making the rounds. According to multiple sources within the Mamaroneck and Rye […]

Catherine Parker
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After win, Parker turns focus to county issues

After two weeks of anticipation, Catherine Parker was declared victorious in her race for Westchester’s District 7 legislative seat. The final confirmation came on Nov. 19, after Westchester County Board of Election officials pored through hundreds of absentee and affidavit ballots. The results weren’t enough for Republican John Verni to […]