SCARSDALE, N.Y. The Scarsdale Citizens' Non-Partisan Party has endorsed incumbents Kay Eisenman and Jonathan Mark for reelection to the Scarsdale Board of Trustees. The party also named Scarsdale native and attorney David Lee as its choice for the seat currently occupied by David Toder, who was not eligible to run for reelection, having served two terms.
The Citizens Nominating Committee (CNC) also tabbed Village Justice John Galloway, a 16-year incumbent, for reelection at its meeting Wednesday night.
The three CNC candidates are expected to be joined on the ballot by Harry Reynolds, who has announced he will run independently.
Scarsdale residents will go to the polls March 20 to vote. The trustees and the village justice serve two-year terms, and trustees are limited to two terms. The mayor serves just one term.
The CNC is responsible for nominating one candidate for each village office mayor, trustee and village justice when the incumbent's term ends. These candidates run as the slate of the Citizens' Non-Partisan party. The 30 voting members of the CNC are elected for three-year terms. The terms are staggered. Each year, two members from each of the five Non-Partisan Units (elementary school district) are elected to three-year terms.
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