The candidates in this year’s Westchester County Executive’s race are scheduled to debate in front of a group of nonprofits on Oct. 3 at Pace University in White Plains.
Incumbent Robert Astorino, the Republican candidate, will square off against Democrat Noam Bramson, the current mayor of New Rochelle, in front of more than 100 representatives from nonprofit groups in the county. The event, which is Co-Sponsored by Pace Women's Justice Center, will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
This is a chance for nonprofit volunteers, staff and board members to discuss with the two candidates the issues important to them.
The event if free for representatives of organizations affiliated with Nonprofit Westchester, along with students and faculty of Pace Law School. Prospective members of Nonprofit Westchester can attend for $25.
Attendees can register for the event here. Registrations must be submitted by Oct. 2.
Pace Law School is located at 78 N. Broadway in White Plains.