Congratulations to Liz Fried and Yadira Ramos-Herbert who won their Democratic primary elections yesterday. Liz won with an overwhelming 75% of the vote, while Yadira won a closer, but still decisive, victory with about 57% (one precinct still needs to report, so that number could change a little bit.) Because there are no Republican Council … Continue reading Primary Election Recap
If you’re a Democrat, please remember to vote in today’s Democratic primary election. The polls are open from 6am to 9pm. I support Yadira Ramos-Herbert in Council District 3 and Liz Fried in Council District 6. There are also judicial primaries throughout New Rochelle (and throughout Westchester County.)
Meet Stafford Woodley III, who gave me a terrific greeting while I was out canvassing for Liz Fried in the District 6 Democratic primary. Firm handshake, looked me right in the eye, excited about politics. He’s got my vote.
Thank you to everyone who supported my 50th birthday brunch yesterday afternoon. We had a wonderful crowd of several hundred friends and neighbors present, plus many others who couldn’t make it in person, but contributed to the event from afar. It was a deeply gratifying way to celebrate a personal milestone, as well as an … Continue reading Thank You!!
I am looking forward to seeing friends and neighbors this Sunday at my 50th birthday celebration. The brunch at the VIP club will also serve as the main fundraiser for my reelection campaign. If you haven’t already RSVPed, please join us by reserving a spot online or by contacting Kim DiTomasso at 917-991-8276 or email@example.com. … Continue reading Last Reminder: Please Join Me on Sunday
New Rochelle voters approved both the School and Library budgets by wide margins in yesterday’s election. Congratulations to Will Iannuzzi and Valarie Williams, who were elected to the Board of Education, and to Beth Acocella and Whitney Barrat, who were elected to the Library Board of Trustees.
Please be sure to vote in today’s important School and Library election. The polls are open from 7:00am to 9:00pm. In addition to the School and Library budgets, voters will choose two candidates for the School and Library Boards. If you don’t know your polling place, you can find it here. The quality and reputation … Continue reading School & Library Election Today – Please Vote
If you haven’t already RSVPed, please join me at my 50th Birthday celebration on Sunday, June 2nd. You can reserve a ticket online or download the invitation as a PDF. This will be the main fundraiser for my reelection campaign, and I am very grateful for the contributions of friends and neighbors. Hope to see … Continue reading Reminder: 50th Birthday Party on June 2
I met @PeteButtigieg last October at an inter-municipal conference in Detroit. I had heard gushing reviews about him previously, but assumed that the accolades were partially hype. I was wrong. Seated around a large table with about forty other city leaders, including mayors of some of the largest cities in America, Buttigieg was the absolute … Continue reading A Word About Pete Buttigieg
I turn 50 later this year. Hooray(?) To celebrate this milestone birthday, I am having a party on June 2nd, which will also serve as the main fundraiser for my reelection campaign. Please come. If you didn’t receive an invitation in the mail, here’s all the information. And it’s easy to RSVP online. Catie and … Continue reading I’m Turning 50 – Please Celebrate With Me