Elections will be held Tuesday, March 20 in these 13 villages in Orange County.
Running unopposed for village trustee in Cornwall-on-Hudson are incumbents James Kane of the Village First Party and Kenneth Schmidt of Cornwall-on-Hudson United.
Running for mayor in the village of Florida are Daniel Harter Jr. of the Harter Party and Robert Schreibeis of Working for Florida. Running unopposed for two trustee seats in Florida are incumbents Thomas Fuller Sr. of the People's Party and Craig Olejniczak of the Seward Patriot Party.
There are two incumbents running unopposed for two village trustee seats in Goshen: Christopher Gurda and Michael Nuzzolese, both of the Family Party
In Greenwood Lake, two incumbents are running unopposed for two village trustee seats: Katheleen Holder and Chad Sellier, both of the Voice of the People Party.
Running for re-election as mayor of Maybrook on Tuesday is Dennis Leahy of the Voice of the People Party. Leahy is being challenged by Thomas W. Starro of Maybrook United. Four candidates are running for two open seats on the Maybrook Village Board of Trustees: Joseph Byrne of Maybrook United, Daryl J. Capozzoli of Rebuild Maybrook, incumbent Robert Pritchard of the Liberty Party and Joshua Tyrrell of Maybrook United.
There is a three-way race for mayor in the village of Monroe: Neil Dwyer of the Smart Growth Party faces John Karl of the Concerned Citizens Party and incumbent Mayor James Purcell of the Good Government Party.
Four candidates are running for two trustee seats in the village of Monroe: Carey Alley of the Smart Growth Party, incumbent Wayne Chan of the Good Government Party, Elizabeth Doherty of the Harmony Party and Dorey Houle of the Smart Growth Party.
Running for village justice in Montgomery are Maria Beltrametti of the Clean Montgomery Party, Andrew J. Lenane of the Safe Montgomery Party and incumbent Andrew T. Roepe of the Hazel Party.
Two incumbent village trustees from the Otisville Community Party are running unopposed on Tuesday: Diane Loeven and Isaac Palmer, who also is a Democrat.
SOUTH BLOOMING GROVE
Running for mayor in South Blooming Grove are former Washingtonville Mayor Kevin Hudson of the United Party, challenging incumbent Mayor James LoFranco of the People First Party. Read more about this heated election and Hudson's accusations that LoFranco has held secret village meetings by clicking here.
Four people are running for two open village board of trustee seats: incumbent James Mullany of the People First Party, Joseph Murphy of the United Party, Tim-Sum Shum of the United Party and incumbent Sue Anne Vogelsberg of the People First Party.
Running unopposed for village trustee to finish an unexpired term is John Ross of the People First Party.
Two incumbents running unopposed for village trustee seats in Unionville are: Pat Quinn and Mary Roth, both of the Neighbor Party.
Three Walden United candidates are running unopposed for village trustee seats: Larry Kraus, incumbent John Ramos and Dan Svarczkopf.
Warwick Mayor Michael Newhard of the Vibrant Village Party is running unopposed. And running unopposed for village trustee are William Lindberg of the Fiscal Viability Party and George McManus of the Balanced Party.
Three candidates are running for two village trustee seats in Washingtonville: Cathy Gregg of the Better Tomorrow Party against incumbents Valerie Laudato of the For My Village Party and Diane Mack of the Mack 4 You Party. Incumbent Stephen Smith of the Fair Justice Party is running for village justice.
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