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October 23, 2005

The League of Women Voters of Briarcliff, Ossining, Croton-on-Hudson and Cortlandt will host a forum for candiates running for Cortlandt town and Westchester County Legislator positions on Tuesday, October 25, 2005 at Cortlandt Town Hall begining at 7:30 PM.

On November 8, 2005 4:52 PM, poppins said:

The scourge of what’s going on in Washington DC, especially today with the President demanding the congress attend “ethics classes”. What are they - middle or high school kids? If they don’t know the difference between right and wrong by this time in their lives, they certainly don’t belong in government!

Does anyone tell the truth any more?

On November 6, 2005 10:21 AM, weewill said:

Ah Deepsix, you are so devious and it’s such fun to catch you in your own web.

Pretending to be a “fellow democrat” is sneaky and an obvious ploy to pretend your thoughts are your own and not those dictated by the republican machine (I know, we’ve been told they don’t read the blog!).

You fool no one but yourself with this childish game you play.

On November 6, 2005 7:37 AM, deepsix50 said:

North County News endorsed Mark Aarons, Nov. 2 paper

“A more well-rounded candidate that voters should strongly consider electing to the Town Board this year is Republican Mark Aarons. An attorney, Aarons has a background in law, business and construction and would make it a point to better educate the public about some of the complexities of government. He has a special interest in educating teenagers about the dangers of drinking and driving and would like to bring the different segments of Cortlandt closer together. His ideas are well thought out and he has the makeup and personality to bring constructive debate to a board that too often is in lockstep.” and

North County endorsed Nancy Tejada Ward. 10/27 issue, page 27, Tejada-Ward touts fresh political face

Journal News 10/28 endorsed Tejada Ward.

On October 24, 2005 10:01 AM, TeaDrinker said:

The Journal News has made its endorsements for the upcoming Cortlandt Town elections.

The paper says “Cortlandt has been an extremely well-run town, and we recommend the incumbents when voters go to the polls Nov. 8”.

Further, they indicate that “The challengers — Michael Antonucci, Conservative, for supervisor; Mark Green, Conservative and Republican, and Mark Aarons, Conservative, Independence and Republican, both for Town Board — certainly do not make the case that their election would represent a step up”.

Read the full article here.


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