OSSINING, N.Y. – Polls for Ossining’s primary election open at 6 a.m. and close at 9 p.m. Tuesday, with contested races for the positions of Town Board member, highway superintendent and town justice.
With two seats available for election on the Ossining Town Board, Kim Jeffrey, Glenn Oldoff Jr. and incumbent Northern Wilcher Jr. are running against each other on the Democratic ballot.
Incumbent Michael O’Connor will run for highway superintendent on the Conservative and Independence tickets. Republican candidate Jerry Lent will be running against O'Connor for highway superintendent in the Nov. 5 general election. Voters also can opt to vote for a write-in highway superintendent candidate.
Town Justice Nancy Quinn Koba will run on the Independence ticket to seek re-election. Her opponent, John Mangialardi was killed by an alleged drunken driver Sept. 3 while apparently crossing Route 9A in Ossining to put up election signs. Mangialardi's name likely still will appear on the Independence ballot Tuesday.
Additionally, County Legislator Catherine Borgia is running on the Independence ticket to keep her District 9 seat on the Westchester Board of Legislators. Voters have the option of writing in a candidate for the District 9 seat, which represents Briarcliff Manor, Cortlandt, Croton, Ossining and Peekskill.
Check the Westchester Board of Elections' website for information about polling locations.
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