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Westchester County, NY November 3, 2009 Election
Council Member; Town of Yorktown Voter Information

4 Year Term Ending 2013.

Results as of Mar 11 4:10pm, 100% of Precincts Reporting (43/43)
Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Terrence P. Murphy Click here for more information about this candidate 5,051 votes 29%

  • Party: Independence, Republican
  • Occupation: Small Business Owner
  • President of Keeping Westchester Safe and Member of New York State Assembly Sex Offender Watch Task Force
  • Owner/Operator of Murphy's Restaurant in Yorktown since 2006
  • Owner/Operator of Yorktown Health & Wellness Center since 1997
  • Medical Advisor to Yorktown High School since 1995
  • Member of the New Yorktown Chamber of Commerce
  • Life Chiropractic College West '92
  • Create jobs through smarter development and reestablishing the Yorktown Empire Zone
  • Lower taxes through shared services and consolidation
  • Broaden the tax base by attracting new businesses
Vishnubhai V. "Vishnu" Patel Click here for more information about this candidate 4,008 votes 23%
  • Party: Democratic, Independence
  • Occupation: Recently retired IBM Research scientist
  • Electronic material scientist at IBM T.J. Watson Res. Ctr for 36 yrs.
  • Master inventor
  • Yorktown Museum Chair, BSA, HVHC Hospital,
  • Over dozene volunteer board member an has received over 35 awards.
  • Introduce new technology to Yorktown government to help make government more economical,open and transparent.
  • Develop a strong initiative to attract new tax paying businesses in order to reduce taxes for residential taxpayers.
  • Solve long-standing water and sewer issues.
David D. Paganelli 3,769 votes 21%
  • Party: Democratic, Working Families
J. Mark Drexel Click here for more information about this candidate 3,710 votes 21%
  • Party: Conservative, Republican
  • Occupation: Dept Mgr, Emergency Management
  • Bachelor Degree, Civil Engineering
  • Professional Engineering License (PA)
  • Masters Degree, Organizational Behavior
  • Board Trustee, Yorktown Central School District
  • Corporate Experience - 28 years
  • Former Yorktown Planning Board Member
  • Cut town costs and expenses, streamline management, eliminate bureaucracy, and rein in taxes
  • Make Yorktown a safer, more secure community with a local law enforcement presence
  • Support business re-vitalization and development to generate sensible growth and employment opportunities
Louis J. Campisi 482 votes 3%
  • Party: Conservative, Working Families
Catherine L. D'Amato Click here for more information about this candidate 417 votes 2%
  • Party: Making a Difference
  • Occupation: Professor/Licensed Clinical Social Worker
  • Aossicate in Applied Science Degree - Westchester Commuity College
  • Bachelor in Social Work Degree - Mercy College
  • Master of Social Work Degree - NYU
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker - University of the State of NY Education Department
  • Private Practice Psychotherapist
  • Professor Westchester Community College Social Work
  • Reduced Taxes - study of budget appropriations
  • Accountability -
  • Open Government
Nick DiTomaso 166 votes 1%
  • Party: Making a Differece

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