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CNC Nominee In Scarsdale Files Paperwork Too Late For Election Ballot

Seth Ross, a candidate for village trustee in Scarsdale, did not file his paperwork in time for his name to appear on the ballot for the March 15 election. His supporters will need to write in his name.
Seth Ross, a candidate for village trustee in Scarsdale, did not file his paperwork in time for his name to appear on the ballot for the March 15 election. His supporters will need to write in his name. Photo Credit: jaspanllp.com

SCARSDALE, N.Y. -- A candidate selected by the Scarsdale Citizen's Nominating Committee to serve as a village trustee failed to file his paperwork on time with the village clerk, which means his name will not appear on the printed ballots during the election on Tuesday, March 15, according to Scarsdale10583.com.

Three candidates were selected by the CNC, including Jane Veron, Seth Ross and Marc Samwick, to run as its candidates for the Scarsdale Citizen's Non-Partisan Party in the villagewide election. The candidates were required to file a certificate of acceptance with Village Clerk Donna Conkling by Feb. 16. Vernon and Samwick filed the paperwork, Ross did not, said Scarsdale10583.com.

Ross supporters will have to write in his name on the ballot. There are three positions for village trustee open, but there will only be two names and a spot for a write-in on the ballot, added Scarsdale10583.com.

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