News from the Campaign

In Support of the Good Work of HIAS

  Dear friends, I’m turning my platform over today to my friend Gene Tozzi, a fellow Roman Catholic, who has been working with other Catholics, Protestants, and Jews on the HIAS project he describes. Thank you, Gene, for allowing me to share your words and for your...

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2018 Mid-Year Report

The first half of 2018 has been a period of fast-paced achievement and historic change for the Westchester County Board of Legislators.  I'm proud of the work my colleagues and I have done over the past six months, and I'd like to share with you a copy of a 2018...

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Another Call to Action: We Walk, We Win!

It’s been a whirlwind few months since I took office as the Westchester County Legislator representing District 10 -- Eastchester, Tuckahoe, and half of New Rochelle. I am happy to tell you that I have already fulfilled some important campaign promises. I was very...

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A Year End Tax Update

Friends, I'm writing to give you some additional information that may help you with your taxes. As you probably know, New Yorkers and others living in high-tax states were targeted in the Trump federal tax bill that was just passed. Some of you may be able to prepay...

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Two Way Traffic Ahead

I am very excited to be the Legislator-elect, soon to represent Westchester County’s 10th District, covering Eastchester, Tuckahoe, and a large portion of New Rochelle. Although I can’t vote on the 2018 County budget proposed by outgoing County Executive Rob Astorino,...

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Your New County Legislator

I am very excited to share great news with you! I was elected the new County Legislator for District 10, to represent Eastchester, Tuckahoe and New Rochelle by a margin of 53% to 47%. I am happy to win one of three legislative seats that flipped to Democrats and...

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My Closing Argument

  Last weekend, my opponent sent out the above mailer to my home. While I’m sure she intended for the mailer to make me look bad, I’m actually happy that she took the opportunity put together a concise summary of some of our biggest philosophical differences. So in...

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Women’s Choice

What the story of my birth taught me about women’s health   Every year on birthday my father would tell me the story of my birth in 1956. He told me of rushing my mother to St. Joseph’s in Yonkers in the middle of a January snowstorm, and then being told to go outside...

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Courage, Resilience & Kindness

Mark Bonistall is a grade-school friend of mine from St. Anthony’s in the Silver Lake section of West Harrison. At St. Anthony’s, if you were caught giggling or whispering to a “neighbor” at the back of the classroom, the nuns would ask you to go up to the front of...

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