County and municipal races will be on the ballot on Election Day Tuesday when voters head to the polls.
In District 6, which represents Harrison, Rye Brook, Port Chester, incumbent David Gelfarb, a Republican, is running for a fourth term against Nancy Barr, a Democrat.
In District 7, which represents Harrison, Larchmont, Mamaroneck, New Rochelle, Rye, incumbent Democrat Catherine Parker is running for a third term against Republican Norman Rosenblum.
In District 10, which represents Eastchester, Tuckahoe, New Rochelle, incumbent Republican Sheila Marcotte is running for a fourth full term against Democrat Damon Maher.
In District 14, which represents Yonkers, Mount Vernon, incumbent David Tubiolo, a Republican, is running for his first full term against Democrat Gwen Dean.
In District 15, which represents Yonkers, Bronxville, incumbent Republican Gordon Burrows is running for a second term against Ruth Walter, a Democrat.
In District 16, which represents Yonkers, Democrat Christopher Johnson faces Independent Nicole Benjamin.
In District 17, which represents Yonkers, incumbent Democrat Virgina Perez is running for a fourth term against independent London Reyes.
In Dobbs Ferry, Democrat Robert McLoughlin is running for mayor against Andrew Loose, of the People's Choice for Dobbs Ferry. Democrat incumbent Vincent Rossillo is running for village trustee with Christy Knell and Maura Daroczy against Sandra Olson Merrow of the People's Choice for Dobbs Ferry.
In Eastchester, incumbent Anthony Colavita is running for supervisor against Democrat Michael Denning. Town council races are unopposed.
In Harrison, incumbent Republican Marlane Amelio is running for two open seats on the village board against Democrat incumbent Richard Dionisio and Richard Dionisio.
In the Village of Mamaroneck, Gregory Mgrditchian, a Republican, is running against Democrat Thomas Murphy for mayor, while Republican Maria DeRose faces Democrat Nora Lucas for a seat on the village board.
In Mount Vernon, three seats are up for grabs on the city council. Angela Neil, Robin Harmon-Myers and Steven Facendo of the New Vision Party face Democrats Delia Farquharson, Jacob Duarte and incumbent Marcus Griffith and Republican Steven Thomas.
In Rye City, Republican incumbent Joseph Sack is running for mayor against Democrat Josh Cohn.
Democrats Benjamin Stacks, Julie Souza and Sara Goddard are running for city council against Elizabeth Parks, Susan Watson and incumbent Terrence McCartney.
In White Plains, Democrat incumbent Tom Roach is running for mayor against Republican Milagros Lecuona. The two faced off in a Democratic primary in September, won by Roach.
In the race for three seats on the Common Council, Democrat incumbents John Kirkpatrick and John Martin are running against Republicans Alan Goldman and Andrew Custodio and Working Families Michael Kraver and Saad Turab Siddiqui.
In Yonkers, Republican incumbent Liam McLaughlin is running for Council President against Democrat Mike Khader. In District 4, Republican John Rubbo faces Democrat Maeve Scott. In District 6, Republican Anthony Merante faces Democrat Matt Orefice and Conservative Tony Pagano.
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