First and Foremost we are endorsing Julie Goldberg for New York State Senate in the 38th District. (Our endorsement follows below, and Julie’s website is Juliefornysenate.com.
We are endorsing Cynthia Nixon who is challenging the incumbent Governor Cuomo for the Democratic nomination in the primary. (Our endorsement follows below, and the candidate’s website is Cynthiafornewyork.com.
We are endorsing Zephyr for Attorney General for the State of New York. She is in a four-way contested primary for the Democratic nomination. (Our endorsement follows below, and the candidate’s website is Zephyrforny.com.
There is also a contested race for the female Member of the State Committee of the Democrat Party in the 97th Assembly District. We are backing Vivian Street of Spring Valley for that position. If Ellen Jaffee is your Assemblywoman then you can vote for Vivian Street in the Democratic primary at your regular polling place.
ROBERT ROMANOWSKI FOR RAMAPO TOWN COUNCIL
Bob is conducting a opportunity to ballot write in campaign for Ramapo Town Council in the Green and Reform Party primaries. If you are a member of the Green or Reform Party you can vote for Robert in your party primary on Thursday September 13th by filling in the oval on the Write In box on the ballot and then writing Robert Romanowski inside the space provided.
It is important to point out that registered voters who have no party affiliation, designated “NOP” by the board of elections, and generally known as “independents”, are permitted to cast ballots in the Reform Party primary. This being the case, “NOP” s, aka independents, can vote for Robert Romanowski in the Reform Party primary on Thursday, September 13th, again by filling in the oval on the Write In box on the ballot and then writing Robert Romanowski inside the space provided in that same Write In box.
ERNEST BUONOCORE FOR SUFFERN VILLAGE JUSTICE.
We are endorsing Ernest Buonocore for Suffern Village Justice. Candidates for judicial office are permitted to run in any party primary they wish regardless of their own party affiliation. Ernest and his opponent have a contested primary for every party ballot line including Republican, Democrat, Conservative, Green, Working Families, Independence, Women’s Equality and Reform Party.
Again, it is important to note that registered voters who have no party affiliation, designated “NOP”s by the board of elections, and generally known as “independents”, are permitted to cast ballots in the Reform Party primary. Such being the case, any registered voter can cast a ballot for Ernest in their respective party primary, or as an independent “NOP”, in the Reform Party primary. [Read more…]