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Sleepy Hollow Holds Village Elections Tuesday

SLEEPY HOLLOW, N.Y. – Sleepy Hollow residents will head to the polls Tuesday as six candidates vie for three open seats on the Board of Trustees.

Trustees serve two-year terms and are paid $5,000 a year.

Incumbent Karin Wompa is running alongside Jennifer Lobato-Church and Susan MacFarlane under the Democratic and Better Government lines. David Bedell, Daniel Scott and Sean Roach are running under the Sleepy Hollow Independent line.

Voters can learn about each candidate's views on issues facing the village by reading their election questionnaire: Wompa , MacFarlane , Lobato-Church , Roach , Scott , Bedell .

Read about the two candidates' debates held at Kendal-on-Hudson and Philipsburg Manor .

The polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

The Westchester County Board of Elections has changed voting districts in the village. Need help finding your district? The Westchester Board of Elections has a “ Find Your Polling Place ” application.

Questions regarding the village election should be directed to Village Clerk Paula McCarthy at 914-995-5700 or .

Poll Locations:

  • District No. 1 and 2: Union Hose Company Firehouse at the intersection of Cortlandt and Cedar Streets

  • District No. 3: Fire Headquarters located at Village Hall at 28 Beekman Ave.

  • District No. 4: Rescue Hose Firehouse on Lawrence Avenue

  • District No. 5: James Galgano Senior Center located at 55 Elm St.

  • District No. 6 and 10: Hudson Valley Writers' Center located at 300 Riverside Drive

  • District No. 7: Fraternal Order of Eagles located at 322 North Broadway

  • District No. 11: The Commons Building located at Kendal-on-Hudson at 1010 Kendal Way

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