OSSINING, N.Y. – The Westchester County Working Families Party leaders have endorsed seven candidates running for elected positions in Ossining.
Incumbents Gloria Fried, receiver of taxes, and Michael O’Connor, highway superintendent, and Nancy Koba, town justice, were all endorsed for another term. Glenn Oldhoff and Kim Jeffrey, both seeking seats on the Ossining Town Council, were also endorsed.
The party also endorsed incumbents Robert Daraio and Manuel Quezada for Ossining village trustees.
Additionally, the county’s Working Families Party endorsed New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson for Westchester county executive.
“As mayor of New Rochelle, Noam has shown a deep commitment to the issues that the Working Families Party fights for: transparent government, affordable housing, and creating green jobs,” said Pat Welsh, chair of the Westchester Working Families Party. “He will make an excellent county executive for working and middle class families in Westchester County.”
The Working Families Party is considered a grassroots progressive political party. More than 10,000 voters voted on the Working Families Party line in Westchester County in 2012, according to a news release.
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