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Meet Mamaroneck Trustee Candidates Manny Rawlings and Leilani Yizar-Reid

Super Tuesday Edition of Black Westchester's People Before Politics Radio Show

Village of Mamaroneck Trustee Candidates Manny Rawlings, Leilani Yizar-Reid and Lou Young are three thoughtful candidates who have been active in the community for years. Two-thirds of the ticket who’s the campaign slogan is “Three generations, one village,” Rawlings and Yizar-Reid appeared on Black Westchester’s Super Tuesdays, May 18th to talk about their candidacy, their platform, their journey to make the ballot, why they are running and why they think they are the candidates you should vote for in the June 28th democratic primary.

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1 Comment on Meet Mamaroneck Trustee Candidates Manny Rawlings and Leilani Yizar-Reid

  1. Stuart Tiekert // May 18, 2022 at 5:22 PM //

    It should be understood that the Board of Elections found that the 124 out of 367 signatures on the candidate’s petitions were defective for assorted reasons such as “Incorrect public office”, “Statement of Witness Defective”, “Not enrolled in the Democratic Party” etc. None of them were “technicalities”, they were violations of Election Law.
    Elections Laws are in place to protect the integrity of the electoral process. Arguably, it was the court that overturned the Board of Elections ruling on a technicality. Hopefully, if the link works, below is the letter from the Board of Elections stating that the “the petition is ruled invalid”‘. It may have to be cut and pasted file:///C:/Users/tieke/Downloads/Heaney%20Ruling%20Letter%20(1).pdf

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