Here Are Your Choices

Election Guide

Candidates are listed below in alphabetical order. In the general election, you can vote for any candidate you wish, regardless of party registration.

Polls will be open on Tuesday, Nov. 3, from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. To verify you are registered and locate your polling place, visit


President / Vice President

Joseph Biden/Kamala Harris (DEM/WF)
Howie Hawkins /Angela Walker (GRE)
Jo Jorgensen/Jeremy Cohen (LIB)
Brock Pierce/Karla Ballard (IND)
Donald Trump/Michael Pence (REP/CON)

U.S. House (District 18)

Chele Farley (REP/CON)
Sean Patrick Maloney (DEM/WF/IND)
Scott Smith (LIB/SAM)


Senate District 41

Sue Serino (REP/CON/IND/ROS)
Karen Smythe (DEM/WF/SAM)

State Supreme Court, 9th District (Vote for 4)

The 9th District (of 13) covers Dutchess, Putnam, Orange, Rockland and Westchester counties. Judges serve a 14-year term.

Richard Guertin (REP/CON) — Middletown judge
David Hasin (REP) – Woodbury town justice
Alexandra Murphy (DEM/CON) — former assistant Manhattan D.A.
Robert Ondrovic (DEM/CON) — trial attorney, White Plains
Mark Starkman (REP) – private practice, New Windsor
Sam Walker (DEM/REP/CON) — Mount Vernon judge
E. Loren Williams (DEM) — Newburgh judge


State Assembly (District 95)

Lawrence Chiulli (REP/CON)
Sandy Galef (DEM)

Putnam County Court Judge

Anthony Mole (REP/CON/LIB/IND)

Putnam County Coroner

Wendy Erickson (REP/CON/IND)

Philipstown Town Justice

Camille Linson (DEM/CON/LIB)


Cold Spring Trustees (Vote for 2)

Heidi Bender (Onward!)
Kathleen Foley (Forge Ahead)


Assembly District 104

Andrew Gauzza IV (REP/CON)
Jonathan Jacobson (DEM/WF)

Dutchess County Court Judge

Peter Forman (REP/CON/LIB/IND)
Jessica Segal (DEM/WF/GRE/SAM)

Party Key: DEM = Democratic | REP = Republican | CON = Conservative | GRE = Green | IND = Independence | LIB = Libertarian | ROS = Rebuild Our State | SAM = Serve America Movement | WF = Working Families

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