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ROCKLAND’S COUNTY-WIDE RACES; WHO’S RUNNING FOR TOP SPOTS

BY CAROL MCILMURRAY

2017’s Countywide races are set to start. Rocklandpost has the exclusive on who is running for what. All five supervisors and county executive are up this year…

 

ALL FIVE SUPERVISORS

ORANGETOWN

Wesleyan University Grad Andy Stewart is bowing out this time.  Andy Stewart is from the midwest and won Orangetown over 3 times (even if one was decided by two votes) and decided not to run for a fourth term in the middle of last year.

Chris Day has announced his candidacy for Orangetown’s top spot.

Thom Kleiner, a prior Orangetown Supervisor and also a grad of Wesleyan U, is now coming out of the backroom and looking to Orangetown’s Supervisor spotlight once again.

Christopher Day (r) running for Orangetown Supervisor. Day resides in Palisades with his wife and young children.

Thom Kleiner, a former Orangetown Supervisor is seeking to come back into power after his New Hampshire buddy Andy Stewart did the job for three terms.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLARKSTOWN

Supervisor George Hoehmann (R) seeks relection as Clarkstown’s top spot after making good on campaign promise of making budget cuts.

George Hoehmann (R) is going to seek relection this year from a tax payer base that is one of the highest in the nation…and you will not believe who is going to be his opponent…

CHIEF MICHEAL SULLIVAN!

Straight out of a movie, Police Chief Sullivan will seriously look to be Clarkstown’s top executive out of revenge for losing his police chief job and position in Clarkstown society.

Knowing that he is not getting back into his old job, the suspended police chief is going to seek Supervisor’s seat in a bid to win over all of Clarkstown.

Sullivan is backed by local democrats.

 

RAMAPO

Time will tell…April is Christopher St. Lawrence’s FBI Trial. People are scrambling on both sides of the isle.

 

Will CSL talk his way out of this one? Our viewership does not think so.

 

HAVERSTRAW, STONY POINT

Both Howie Phillips and Jim Monaghan’s would be opponents have not been revealed. Both Supervisors are expected to be re-elected at this point.

Beloved Stony Point Supervisor Jim Monaghan is going to seek second term as SP supervisor.

16-year-Haverstraw Supervisor Howie Phillips seeks to retain his top spot this year.

 

and the best for last..

ROCKLAND COUNTY EXECUTIVE

Present County Executive Ed Day will go unopposed as the County’s commander after Nyack Mayor Jen White bowed out of the race due to a desire to vacation and take new opportunities afforded her now that she decided the heat was too hot in the kitchen.

 

Ed Day seeks to retain top spot with competition dropping like flies.

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