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J. Christopher Callaghan
- Party: Green
- Occupation: Fulbright Professor, Hungary
- Assistant Professor, Center for Labor Studies, SUNY
- TESL, Teachers College, Columbia University, Ed.D.
- American Studies, City College of New York, B.A.
- Chair, Manhattan Citizens' Solid Waste Advisory Board
- Citywide Recycling Advisory Board (CRAB),
- Conservation Committee, Appalachian Mountain Club Delegate
Alan G. Hevesi
- Party: Republican, Conservative
- Occupation: Saratoga County Treasurer (recently retired)
- Education: BS in business administration & accounting from SUNY Albany
- 35 years in government accounting and finance
- Party: Democratic, Independence, Working Families
- Occupation: New York State Comptroller since January 2003
- Education: PhD, Public Law & Government, Columbia University
- As State Comptroller, identified $2.1 billion of savings through hundreds of audits
- Saved local governments $1 billion through pension reform
- Initiated reform campaigns to increase accountability of public authorities, reduce reliance on debt and improve fiscal practices
John J. Cain
- Party: Socialist Workers
- Occupation: Sewing machine operator
- Education: High school graduate
- Active member of UNITE-HERE, Local 63
- An activist in the fight for Black rights and against police brutality
- I have also helped to organize activities to demand freedom for five framed-up Cuban revolutionaries in U.S. jails.
- Party: Libertarian
- Occupation: Insurance marketing and education
- Education: B.S. Wagner College - 1973; M.A. Montclair State College - 1980
- 1988-91 - Clarkstown Zoning Bd of Appeals
- 1991-2005 - Planning Bd Town of Clarkstown
- 1983- present - Rockland County Worker's Comp Self Ins Committee
- 2005- present - Chairman Rockland County Worker's Comp Self Ins Committee
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