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Yorktown Democrats found guilty of lying by bipartisan panel

YORKTOWN, NY – A bipartisan panel has ruled the Yorktown Democratic slate, which is featuring a nucleus of career politicians and a career candidate, has been lying about Yorktown Supervisor Michael Grace’s role in a proposed development. Contrary to Yorktown

Yorktown declares independence at the polls

YORKTOWN, NY – There was a convincing victory for three Yorktown officials in Tuesday’s Independence Party Primary. Supervisor Michael Grace, Councilman Greg Bernard and Judge Sal Lagonia all scored big wins putting them on the Independence Party line for November’s

Yorktown applauds of Astorino veto of sanctuary county legislation

YORKTOWN, NY – According to the Affiliated Police Association of Westchester County, the passage of the Immigration Protection Act (IPA) would handcuff local law enforcement by turning Westchster into a Sanctuary County for criminal illegal aliens. At last night’s town

Better late than never! Some Yorktown Dems submit tardy campaign finance reports

YORKTOWN, NY – After reports emerged revealing candidates running under the banner of the Democratic Party in Yorktown failed to file their 32-day pre-primary reports, as is required by state law, some of them started to appear on New York

Yorktown’s Democratic Candidates Again Cited For Breaking Campaign Finance Law

YORKTOWN, NY – The Yorktown Democratic Party is once again in hot water for running afoul of state campaign finance laws. Democratic candidates Ilan Gilbert, Vishnu Patel, Alice Roker and Aviah Cohen Pierson expect to compete in the September 12th

Another Year, Another Fumble by Yorktown Democrats

Local Committee’s Nominations Signal Attempts to Reverse Progress YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, NY – Despite reports of chaos and internal rifts at last night’s Yorktown Democratic Town Committee’s convention, candidates have emerged for Yorktown Supervisor, Town Board and Town Justice. The Yorktown

Yorktown to lend helping hand to businesses

YORKTOWN, NY – In an effort to keep moving Yorktown forward, the Yorktown Town Board unanimously approved a New York State Real Property Tax Law section 485b tax abatement program geared toward helping small businesses get off the ground. According

Yorktown GOP seeks qualified candidates to run for local office

YORKTOWN, NY – The 2016 elections were incredibly successful for the Yorktown Republican Party. Not only did President Trump win the Northern Westchester stronghold but State Senator Terrence Murphy and Assemblyman Kevin Byrne also sailed to victory. In 2017, the

Yorktown GOP endorses 2016 candidates

YORKTOWN, NY – The Yorktown Republican Town Committee sought to continue its dominance in local politics this week by announcing its candidate endorsements for the 2016 elections. Unlike in years past, when multiple candidates had vied for a slot and

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Serafina Mastro receives 2016 John Hand Person of the Year Award

YORKTOWN, NY – Residents of all political stripes gathered at Little Sorrento in Crompond this week to fete Serafina Mastro, one of the most powerful political figures in Yorktown over the last eight years. There, she was honored with the

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