Current Councilwoman Ivy Pool will seek the position of Town Supervisor. Councilman Jeremy Saland is running for re-election, and first-time candidate Jason Lichtenthal seeks the position of Town Councilman. We will run as a team with the endorsement of the New Castle Democratic Committee.
Simply stated, our team is running for Town Board because we *love* this town. Through volunteer service and elected office, we have developed the knowledge, skills, and talents needed to lead our community confidently into the future.
Please join us for a launch party and petition signing event on Thursday, February 28, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. at Scattered Books Bookstore in Chappaqua. We will be joined at this event by Democrat Vedat Gashi for County Legislature.
Council members are elected for four-year terms. The Town Supervisor is elected to a two-year term. Current Democratic Councilwoman Hala Makowska, who was elected in 2015, has announced that she will not seek reelection.
With the passage of voting reform legislation in January 2019, candidates for local elected offices must gather signatures on petitions to appear on the ballot starting TODAY Tuesday, February 26th. The primary election will be held on June 25th, and the general election will be on November 5th.
To learn more about the candidates: www.newcastledemocrats2019.com
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Meetings will be held at Millwood Firehouse #1 Meeting Room and start at 7:45 pm. Registered Democrats in the Town of New Castle are always welcome to attend