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Irvington Voters Head to the Polls Tuesday

IRVINGTON, N.Y. – The polls in Irvington will be opening at 6 a.m. and closing at 9 p.m. on Tuesday for several town and county elections. Here's everything you need to know about the candidates that will appear on your ballot.

Need to find your polling place? The Westchester Board of Elections has put together a ' Find Your Polling Place' service on its website.

Village of Irvington Referendum

Should the village allow raffles to take place within the village?

Greenburgh Town Supervisor

Paul Feiner (incumbent)

Party Affiliations: Democrat, Working Families, Independence

Education: Bachelor's degree from Fordham University, law degree from St. John's Law School

Experience: 10 terms as town supervisor, eight years as a Westchester County Legislator

Goals: Feiner wants to consolidate government, bring new businesses to Greenburgh, begin mulching leaves, reconstructing a new Tappan Zee Bridge and turning the old Tappan Zee Bridge into a high line.

Greenburgh Town Clerk

Sherron Fantauzzi

Party Affiliations: Independence

Judith Beville (incumbent)

Party Affiliations: Democrat, Working Families

Greenburgh Town Justice

Bonnie Orden

Party Affiliations: Independence, Working Families

Walter Rivera

Party Affiliations: Democrat, Independence, Working Families

Arlene Gordon-Oliver (incumbent)

Party Affiliations: Democrat

Delores Brathwaite

Party Affiliations: Democrat, Independence

Read more about the Greenburgh Town Justice race from our primary coverage .

Greenburgh Town Council

Kevin Morgan (incumbent)

Party Affiliations: Democrat, Working Families, Independence

Education: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Archbishop Stepinac High School, Westchester Community College

Experience: Greenburgh Town Council, Greenburgh Planning Board, Legal Aid Society of Westchester Criminal Investigator, 21 years on the Greenburgh Police Force, 10 years with the Fairview Fire Department, member and former president of the Elmsford Rotary Club, and work in Greenburgh Comptroller's office and engineering office.

Goals: Morgan says the toughest challenge right now is the economy. He wants to look at what's going on in the town and see if there's something that can be done to make the town run better and save money.

Westchester County Board of Legislators District 12

MaryJane Shimsky (incumbent)

Party Affiliations: Democrat, Working Families

Education: Bachelor's degree from Yale University, law degree from New York University Law School

Experience: Elected February 2011 to the Board of Legislators, former community relations director for Assemblyman Richard Brodsky, vice chair Westchester County Democratic Committee, chair Hastings Democratic Committee, executive committee member of the Greenburgh Democractic Party, five years as an Assistant District Attorney in the Manhattan District Attorney's office appeals bureau

Goals: Shimsky wants to make government more cost-effective, improve and repair infrastructure and focus on environmental issues.

John Russo (write-in candidate)

Party Affiliations: Republican, Conservative, Independence, Working Families

Education: Bachelor's degree

Experience: Former school board member, retired real estate broker

Goals: Russo wants to lower taxes through lowering spending, rehabilitating the Tappan Zee Bridge and utilizing alternative sources of energy.

New York State Supreme Court (three candidates running for two seats)

Edward Borrelli

Party Affiliations: Republican, Conservative

Education: Bachelor's degree from Manhattan College, law degree from New York Law School

Experience: Special Referee in the Supreme Court, former Yonkers City Court Judge.

Robert M. DiBella

Party Affiliations: Democrat, Republican, Independence, Conservative, Working Families

Experience: Acting Supreme Court Justice, former Westchester County Judge

Paul Marx

Party Affiliations: Democrat, Independence, Working Families

Education: Bachelor's degree from SUNY Plattsburgh, law degree from New York Law School

Experience: 28-year practicing trial and appellate attorney based in White Plains. Marx has represented several types of cases before the state Supreme Court.

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