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Westchester County, NY November 4, 2008 Election
Councilman; Town of Ossining Voter Information

Unexpired Short Term.

Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Michael L. Tawil Click here for more information about this candidate

  • Party: Democratic, Independence
  • Occupation: Attorney - Sixteen Years
  • Syracuse University College of Law, JD 1991
  • SUNY Albany, BA 1988
  • New York City Civil Court Arbitrator
  • Town of Ossining Zoning Board of Appeals Member
  • Married with two children - one in Ossining Pulic Schools, one in Ossinng Day Care
  • Keeping Taxes Low
  • Economic Development
  • Maintaining Town Infrastructure
Peter J. "Pete" Tripodi, IV Click here for more information about this candidate
  • Party: Republican, Conservative
  • Occupation: Employed in the legal field by local attorney
  • B.A. American History and Political Science; Cum Laude S.U.N.Y. Albany
  • Raised in Ossining
  • Member of Ossining Historical Society
  • Member Greater Ossining Chamber of Commerce
  • Member Sons of American Legion
  • Legislative aide - New York State Assembly
  • Accountability
  • Transparency
  • Fiscal Responsibility

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LWV of Westchester 2008 Voters Guide
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