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Rockland County Races
County Executive (Vote for 1)
- Ed Day (R, Preserve Rockland/Clarkstown)
- David Fried (D, WF, I,)
- Thomas Sullivan (C)
County Clerk (Vote for 1)
- Donna Held (R, I)
- Paul Piperato (D, C, WF)
Supreme Court Justice - 9th Judicial District (Vote for 5)
- Daniel D. Angiolillo (R, C, I), Associate Justice, of the Appellate Division, NYS Supreme Court
- Daniel Castricone (R)
- John P. Colangelo (D, C, WF, I), Judge, Westchester County Court
- Mark C. Dillon (R, C, WF, I), Justice, Appellate Division of NYS Supreme Court
- Alex Eisemann (D)
- Janet Malone (D), Acting Supreme Court Justice and Westchester County Family Court Judge
- Maria S. Vazquez-Doles (D, WF, I), Town Justice, Town of Monroe and Attorney
- Victor G. Grossman (D, C, WF)
- Christie Derrico (R), judge
- John W. Sweeny, Jr. (R, C, WF, I), sitting Justice
Supervisor (Vote for 1)
- Andy Stewart (Democrat, Orangetown First)
- Walter Wettje, Jr. (Republican, Conservative, Independence)
Town Council (Vote for 2)
- Tom Diviny (Republican, Conservative, Independence)
- Dan Salmon (Democrat, Orangetown First)
- Denis Troy (Republican, Conservative, Independence)
- Annmarie Uhl (Democrat, Orangetown First)
Receiver of Taxes (Vote for 1)
- Robert Simon (Republican, Conservative, Independence)
- Chris Smith (Democrat, Orangetown First)
- Charlotte Madigan (Democrat, Conservative, Republican, Independence)
- Richard Finning (Republican, Conservative, Independence
- James Dean (Republican, Conservative, Independence
- Proposal 7 on the ballot in Orangetown would eliminate the Receiver of Taxes position effective 2018, consolidating the duties with the Orangetown Town Clerk's Office. Read more here.
1: An Amendment - Authorizing Casino Gaming
The proposed amendment to section 9 of article 1 of the Constitution would allow the Legislature to authorize up to seven casinos in New York State for the legislated purposes of promoting job growth, increasing aid to schools, and permitting local governments to lower property taxes through revenues generated. Shall the amendment be approved?2: An Amendment - Additional Civil Service Credit for Veterans with Disabilities Certified Post-Appointment
The proposed amendment to section 6 of article 5 of the Constitution would entitle a veteran who has received civil service credit for a civil service appointment or promotion and subsequently is certified as disabled to additional civil service credit at subsequent appointment or promotion. Shall the proposed amendment be approved?
The proposed amendment to Article 8, section 5 of the Constitution would extend for ten years, until January 1, 2024, the authority of counties, cities, towns, and villages to exclude from their constitutional debt limits indebtedness contracted for the construction or reconstruction of sewage facilities. Shall the proposed amendment be approved?
The proposed amendment to section 1 of article 14 of the Constitution would authorize the Legislature to settle longstanding disputes between the State and private entities over certain parcels of land within the forest preserve in the town of Long Lake, Hamilton County. In exchange for giving up its claim to disputed parcels, the State would get land to be incorporated into the forest preserves that would benefit the forest preserve more than the disputed parcels currently do. Shall the proposed amendment be approved?
The proposed amendment to section 1 of article 14 of the Constitution would authorize the Legislature to convey forest preserve land located in the town of Lewis, Essex County, to NYCO Minerals, a private company that plans on mining the land. In exchange, the NYCO Minerals would give the State at least the same amount of land of at least the same value, with a minimum assessed value of $1 million, to be added to the forest preserve. When NYCO Minerals finishes mining, it would restore the condition of the land and return it to the forest preserve. Shall the proposed amendment be approved?
The proposed amendment to the Constitution, amending sections 2 and 25 of article 6, would increase the maximum age until which certain state judges may serve as follows: (a) a Justice of the Supreme Court would be eligible for five additional two-year terms after the present retirement age of 70, instead of the three such terms currently authorized; and (b) a Judge of the Court of Appeals who reaches the age of 70 in order to complete the term to which that Judge was appointed. Shall the proposed amendment be approved?