Please Make Sure Your Voice Is Heard and Vote on Tuesday or Via Early Voting this Weekend

Dear Friends,

This is an important election in Westchester, New York State and across the country. Please make sure your voice is heard and vote on Tuesday or via early voting this weekend.

My focus continues to be on providing tireless and effective service in addressing issues of importance to New York State, Westchester and every community I represent.
This fall I have been highlighting the value of the Environmental Bond Act proposal, which will be of great benefit to Westchester communities. The Bond Act includes funding for flood mitigation and coastal resilience projects, including a new stormwater grant program, which I proposed, that will help municipalities pay for essential infrastructure upgrades. Please remember to flip the ballot to vote on the bond issue which is on the other side of the ballot sheet.

Of great importance is support for our statewide candidates. I have known Kathy Hochul for over a decade. In her short time as Governor, she has supported key funding for education and the environment, strengthened our criminal justice statutes, and led the successful effort to attract high-tech chip manufacturing back to America with the world’s largest plant now coming to upstate New York. When Governor Hochul took office, she cut through red tape to expedite Covid-19 relief funding for small businesses and families. Please vote on Tuesday to support the Governor and Lt. Governor Antonio Delgado.
State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli, Attorney General Tish James, Senator Chuck Schumer and Congressman Jamaal Bowman are in Westchester regularly despite their many responsibilities. They have all been partners on the issues I work on throughout the year.

Also on the ballot is State Senator Shelley Mayer who represents most of the Sound Shore in the Senate. Shelley and I work closely together on every imaginable issue affecting Westchester and on statewide issues affecting education, the environment and public safety. She is an exceptional legislator. Our partnership on countless issues has delivered results for the communities we serve.

I am running on the Democratic and Working Families Party lines as are the candidates discussed here. In NYS maintaining a party line on the ballot depends upon how many votes are cast for Governor or President each even-numbered year. Currently, there are four such parties in New York. Your vote for Kathy Hochul and Antonio Delgado on the WFP line will assure the party continues with a line along with the Democratic, Republican and Conservative lines on the ballot.

Thank you for your past support and your vote on November 8th . My goal is always to win results on issues we care about, to make a difference for the communities and families I represent and to break new ground on issues that require fresh thinking and new ideas. Thank you for the ideas and comments that enhance my advocacy. I look forward to continuing this work.

Warm regards,

Voting Information

General Election is November 8
Early Voting: From October 29 to November 6

Learn more about voting times, locations, and registration information.

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Steve has the endorsement of the Working Families Party. He will appear on the ballot on both the Democratic and WFP lines.

New York voters overwhelmingly pass Environmental Bond Act

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Sunday, Nov. 6, 11 AM (Columbus Park, Van Ranst Pl., Mamaroneck, NY), GOTV with Mamaroneck Democrats.
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Prop 1: The Back of Your Ballot

Listen to a podcast recorded with Steve Otis, Julie Tighe from the NY League of Conservation Voters, and Shannon Powell from Indivisible Westchester on the Environmental Bond Act that will appear on the November ballot as Proposition 1.

Watch the video of the panel discussion on the NY Environmental Bond Act held on Tuesday, October 25th at the Jay Heritage Center. The program was hosted by Senator Shelley Mayer and Assemblyman Steve Otis.

The Environmental Bond Act is Proposition1 on your General Election ballot. Don't forget to flip your ballot to its back to vote on the Proposition.