Port Chester Elections 2013: Signs of the Times

Big campaign signs take their place downtown.

It's starting to look like election season in downtown Port Chester.

Large campaign signs are popping up along North Main Street as the village draws closer to the March 19 election. On that day, Port Chester residents will decide who will be mayor and who will fill the additional six village Board of Trustees seats.

Voting actually begins a week for "election day" in Port Chester's advance voting system. Click here to find out more about the voting process in Port Chester.

Anthony R. February 26, 2013 at 02:41 PM
Very confused. Is Pagano a Republican? A Conservative? A "Stand-Upper"? He's seems to be for sale to the lowest bidder.
William Demarest February 26, 2013 at 03:44 PM
It is not unusual for a candidate, especially for local office, to have the endorsements of several political parties.


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