Meet the faces behind the ubiquitous lawn signs lobbying for your vote on Nov. 6.
The League of Women Voters of Bedford, Lewisboro and North Salem has planned two candidate debates to help voters decide who deserves to represent them in the state Legislature and in the local town hall.
A forum is planned for Oct. 22 at the Bedford Hills Community House to question the candidates running for the 37th District of the state Senate and the candidates running for the 93rd District of the state Assembly, as well as the two candidates running for Bedford Town Justice
In the state Senate District 37 race, Republican Bob Cohen is running against Democrat George Latimer.
In the state Assembly District 93 race, Republican incumbent Bob Castelli is being challenged by Democrat David Buchwald.
In the Bedford Town Justice race, David Menken has been endorsed by Democrats and Todd Gabor has been endorsed by Republicans.
The forum begins at 7 pm.
The League has planned a second debate night for Oct. 29 at the John Jay Middle School Theater in Cross River for the candidates in the state Senate’s 40th District and for Lewisboro Town Clerk.
In the Senate’s 40th District, incumbent Republican Greg Ball is being challenged by Democrat Justin Wagner.
For Town Clerk, Janet Donohue has been endorsed by Republicans and Jeffrey Morris has been endorsed by Democrats.
The forum begins at 7:30 p.m.
U.S. Congressional candidates Nan Hayworth, the incumbent Republican, and Sean Patrick Maloney, the Democratic challenger, have been invited to participate in both forums.
For more details about these or other League activities visit https://sites.google.com/site/lwvblns/home