YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- The knockdown drag-out election campaign in Yorktown will be finally settled on Election Day.
Supervisor Michael Grace, a Republican, is facing off against Councilman Vishnu Patel for Town Supervisor, a Democrat.
Grace's slate includes incumbent Tom Diana and Edward Lachterman. Patel is joined by incumbent Susan Siegel and Ilan Gilbert, who previously served as town justice.
Republican Mary Capoccia faces Democrat Diana Quast for town clerk, replacing longtime town clerk Alice Roker.
Democrats said they did nothing wrong, and that the Town of North Castle had been doing the same thing for five years to keep campaign costs down.
The Yorktown Democrats said they did nothing wrong. Town Councilman Susan Siegel noted Democrats and Republicans in North Castle have used emails to campaign for the last five years, keeping campaign costs down.
Yorktown Republicans unveiled a plan for revitalizing businesses that they said would move Yorktown forward. Ideas included reducing the town's real estate footprint, reducing commercial rents and re-establishing the Yorktown IDA. Yorktown Democrats dismissed the plan as smoke and mirrors with no substance.
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