Rivertowns Election 2020: What You Need To Know

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RIVERTOWNS, NY — Voters in Dobbs Ferry, Hastings-on-Hudson and Irvington will have their final chance Tuesday, Nov. 3 to weigh in on the 2020 general election.

In addition to the presidential and congressional races, there are several key races at the state and local level. Voting will be different this year thanks early voting and rules approved to expand mail-in voting in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

You can check your voting status on the Secretary of State's website, where you can also find your polling place.

There are several ways residents can vote:

Mail-In Voting

The ballot itself must either be personally delivered to the board of elections no later than the close of polls on Election Day, or postmarked by a governmental postal service not later than the day of the election and received no later than the seventh day after the election. All completed absentee ballots can be dropped off at any of these locations:

  • any Nov. 3 Election Day poll site

  • BOE office at 25 Quarropas St., White Plains, NY 10601

Voting on Election Day

Polls in New York are open 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Election Day. Find your polling place using the Westchester Board of Elections search function or the New York State Board of Elections poll site search.

Key Races

The following are the key races that will be on the ballot for Dobbs Ferry, Hastings-on-Hudson and Irvington voters:

President/Vice President

  • Joe Biden/Kamala Harris (Democratic Party)

  • Donald Trump/Mike Pence (Republican Party) - Incumbent


U.S. House District 16

  • Jamaal Bowman, Democratic Party, Working Families Party

  • Patrick McManus, Conservative Party

U.S. House District 17

  • Mondaire Jones (Democratic Party, Working Families Party)

  • Maureen McArdle Schulman (Republican Party)

  • Yehudis Gottesfeld (Conservative Party)

  • Michael Parietti (Serve America Movement Party)

  • Joshua Eisen (Independent)


New York State Senate

State Senate District 35

  • Andrea Stewart-Cousins, incumbent, Democratic Party, Working Families Party

New York State Assembly

State Assembly District 92

  • Thomas Abinanti, incumbent, Democratic Party, Working Families Party

Westchester County District Attorney

  • Mimi Rocah


State Supreme Court Judge, 9th District (vote for up to four)

  • Richard Guertin

  • David Hasin

  • Alexandra Murphy

  • Robert Ondrovic

  • Mark Starkman

  • Sam Walker (incumbent)

  • E. Loren Williams

Westchester Family Court Judge (vote for two)

  • Kenneth Bunting

  • Nilda Morales-Horowitz (incumbent)

  • Michelle Schauer (incumbent)

This article originally appeared on the Rivertowns Patch