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Westchester County, NY November 3, 2009 Election
District Attorney; Westchester County Voter Information

4 Year Term Ending 2013.

Results as of Mar 11 4:10pm, 100% of Precincts Reporting (1033/1033)
Candidates (Vote for 1)
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Janet DiFiore Click here for more information about this candidate 84,492 votes 53%

  • Party: Conservative, Democratic
  • Occupation: District Attorney
  • Former State Supreme and Westchester County Court Judge
  • Served as Supervising Judge for 9th Judicial District
  • Former Assistant District Attorney in Westchester
  • Served as Chief of Naroctics while ADA
  • Co-Chair, Justice Task Force on Wrongful Convictions
  • NYS Juvenile Justice Advisory Group Member
  • Promoting Public Safety
  • Ensuring fairness in criminal prosecutions
  • Upholding the highest standards of prosecutorial integrity
Dan Schorr Click here for more information about this candidate 56,618 votes 36%
  • Party: Republican
  • Assistant District Attorney: Westchester County
  • Assistant District Attorney: Queens County
  • JD Harvard Law School
  • MA/BA Unniversity of Pennsylvania
  • White Plains Planning Board
  • Law Professor: State Department Beijing, China
  • End easy plea bargains
  • Enhanced victims services
  • Support for law enforcement
Tony Castro 15,325 votes 10%
  • Party: Independence, Working Families
Anthony J. De Cintio, Jr. Click here for more information about this candidate 2,347 votes 1%
  • Party: Right to Life
  • Occupation: Attorney
  • JD,Touro Law Center
  • BA, Biology, SUNY at Purchase ,
  • AAS, Respiratory Therapy Technology, WCC
  • Stop corruption in government wherever possible
  • Adhere to Constitutional protections, especially for the poor, uneducated, or minority groups
  • Try to foster trust in our system, by acting fairly

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