LEWISBORO – Town Republicans have endorsed Supervisor Charles Duffy to run for a second term and head the GOP ticket for seats on the town board and other offices up for election in November.
Duffy, a registered Conservative, is facing a challenge for a new two-year term from Peter Parsons, a business consultant and former library board president, endorsed by Democrats.
Running with Republican backing for two seats on the town board are incumbent John Pappalardo and challenger Rhea Mallett. The two will go up against Democrat candidates Daniel Welsh, an incumbent who is seeking a new four-year term on the town board, and challenger Peter Gross.
In the race for Highway Superintendent, Republicans are backing Stephen Hill, the former Superintendent from 1998-2003. Democrats are backing incumbent Peter Ripperger for a new four-year term.
Town Justice Susan Simon is running unopposed with Democrat backing for a new four-year term.
Town Clerk Kathleen Cory is running unopposed with GOP backing for a new four year term.
Town Conservatives have planned a fundraiser for Duffy at 5 p.m. Sunday at the Horse & Hound Inn in South Salem. The cost is $60 per couple or $35 per person. Call 914-220-2387 or 914-472-5102 for more details or email email@example.com.
Top photo: Supervisor Charles Duffy; Bottom photo: Peter Parsons.