The general election will take place on Tues., Nov. 7, from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
At the Town level, there are no contested races. The following candidates are running unopposed: Peter D. Barlet for Town Justice will run on the Republican (REP), Conservative (CON), Green (GRE), Working Families (WOR) and Independent (IND) Party lines.
Current Town Clerk Eileen M. Astorino will run uncontested for reelection on the REP, CON and IND Party lines.
Town Councilmen Floyd T. DeAngelo and Mickey Shuback will seek reelection to the two available seats. They both are running unopposed on the REP, CON and IND Party lines.
Brenda M. Faulls is running on the REP, CON and IND Party lines for reelection to her position as the Town of Warwick’s Receiver of Taxes.
Voters to Elect a County Executive
Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus is seeking reelection on the REP, CON and IND lines. Challenger Patrick J. Davis will run on the Democratic (DEM), WOR, Women’s Equality Party (WEP), and Reform (REF) lines.
County Court Judge Runs Unopposed
William L. DeProspo is running for County Court Judge on the REP, CON, IND, and REF Party lines.
Orange County District Attorney Race
Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler is running for reelection on the REP, CON, IND, and REF Party lines. Challenger Michael S. Isgur is running on the DEM and WEP Party lines.
Orange County Clerk Election
Orange County Clerk Ann G. Rabbitt is seeking reelection on the REP, CON, IND, and REF Party lines. She is being opposed by Deborah J. Mulqueen, who is running on the DEM, WOR, and WEP Party lines.
Candidates for Orange County Legislator
Paul Ruszkiewicz, the Orange County Legislator from District 3, is seeking reelection on the REP, CON, and IND Party lines. His opponent is Patricia McMillan, who is running as a Democrat.
Barry J. Cheney, the Orange County Legislator representing District 8, is running unopposed on the REP, CON, and IND Party lines.
John S. Vero, the Orange County Legislator representing District 10, is running on the REP, and CON Party lines. He is being challenged by Mercedes C. Tartanian, who is running as a Democrat.
Three Proposals Up for Approval
Voters will be given an opportunity to vote on one state-wide question and two Constitutional Amendments.
Proposal number one asks the voters if there should be a Constitutional Convention to revise the Constitution and amend the same.
Proposal number two seeks voter approval of an amendment to Section 7 of Article 2 of the State Constitution to allow the complete or partial forfeiture of a public officer’s pension if he or she is convicted of a certain type of felony.
Proposal number three seeks voter approval of an amendment to authorize the use of forest preserve land for specified purposes.
Warwick Election Districts
Voting for the general election will take place at the following locations:
Those voting in Districts 1, 4 and 24 can cast their ballot at the Pulaski Fire House, located at 675 Ct. Rte. 1 in Pine Island. District 2, 15, and 28 voters will vote at the Knights of Columbus Hall, located at 75 N. Main St. in Florida. Voting for Districts 3 and 12 will be at the Florida Senior Citizen Center, located a 1 Cohen Cir. in Florida.
District 5 voters will vote at the Albert Wisner Library at 1 McFarland Dr. Voters for Districts 6, 9 and 29 will vote at the Warwick Senior Center, located at 132 Kings Hwy. in Warwick.
Voting Districts 7, 21 and 31 can vote at the Hickory Hills Golf Club, located at 156 Rte. 17A in Warwick. Those residing in Districts 8, 16 and 26 can vote at the Warwick Town Hall, located at 132 Kings Hwy. in Warwick.
Voters in Districts 10, 11, 14, 18, 19, and 25 vote at the Arthur Finnegan American Legion Post 1443, located at 40 Mountain Lakes Ln. in Greenwood Lake. District 13 and 22 voters will vote at the Excelsior Hose Co., located at 25 Church St. in Warwick. Districts 17 and 30 will vote at Sanfordville Elementary School, located at 170 Sanfordville Rd. in Warwick. Districts 20, 23 and 27 vote at the Warwick Middle School, located at 225 West St. in Warwick.