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Greenburgh Holds Democratic Primaries Tuesday

GREENBURGH, N.Y. — The Democratic primary elections for Greenburgh Town Justice and Town Clerk will take place tomorrow. All three Town Justice incumbents will have to defend their seats against the three challengers.

Here are the three current Greenburgh Town Justices.

- Arlene Gordon Oliver (elected in 2007)

- Doris Friedman (elected in 1999)

- Sandra Forster (elected in 2000)

Here are the challengers for Greenburgh Town Justice.

- Bonnie Orden

- Delores Scott Brathwaite

- Walter Rivera

Here is the present Greenburgh Town Clerk and her challenger.

- Judith Beville (elected in 2007)

- Sherron Fantauzzi (challenger)

Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. You can find your polling place at the Westchester Board of Elections website . Notice, though, that the website only indicates the polling place by address. It’s not a confirmation that you are registered to vote.

It’s advisable to take an identification document with you.

If you need more information on how to vote, call the Westchester Board of Elections directly at (914) 995-5700.

All incumbents and challengers met in a debate held at the Greenburgh Town Hall on Aug. 22. You can watch the replay at Greenburgh public television .

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