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Pelham Manor, don’t forget to vote: Four candidates today seek two seats on village board

Polls are open Tuesday from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Pelham Manor Firehouse, 4 Penfield Place, in an election with four candidates seeking two two-year terms on the Village of Pelham Manor Board of Trustees.

Incumbent Republicans Breda Bennett and Maurice Owen-Michaane are running against Democratic challengers Kate Pringle and Mark Cardwell. The Republicans are also listed on the Neighborhood Party line, while the Democrats are also on the Manor Together Party line.

Here are links to the campaign statements issued by the four contenders:

The five members of the current village board, which includes four trustees and the mayor, were all elected as Republicans.

Read the Pelham Examiner’s story on the candidates forum: Four Pelham Manor trustee candidates debate flooding, housing, taxes and emergency services at forum

All of the news stories and statements on the election can be found here.


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