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RE-ELECT

Senator Pete Harckham

For NY Senate 40th District

It's an honor serving you in the State Senate – and I'm working hard every day to fulfill the promises I made when I last asked for your support. I hope I can count on your vote."

Senator Pete Harckham

Elect

Stephanie Keegan

For NY Assembly 94th District

Fighting to make my community, my home, the best version of itself is just common sense. It’s the responsibility of every good neighbor and I will work hard to deliver results."

Stephanie Keegan

RE-ELECT

Representative Sean Patrick Maloney

For Congress NY-18th District

I’m focused on getting results for my neighbors in the Hudson Valley – despite the gridlock and dysfunction down in Washington."

Representative Sean Patrick Maloney

We are the Town of Carmel Democratic Committee, a group of dedicated citizens in Mahopac and Carmel that believe important changes in government are needed in our small town. And while we face big odds politically, we also hold true to Margaret Mead’s wise words, to “never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”


If you are ready to change the one-party rule in our town that stifles our voices and elect some new blood that will solve the problems of and improve life in Carmel, then join us.


Together we can thoughtfully, responsibly, and determinedly change the face of government for the better in this wonderful small town we call home.


Stand up and be counted as a proud Democrat! To quote President Jimmy Carter, Will Rogers, and others: “Don’t be afraid to go out on a limb. That’s where the fruit is.”
It’s time for change.

election day is on tuesday, november 3, 2020

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VOTE EARLY

Early Voting begins on October 24th at The Putnam County Board of Elections, 25 Old Route 6 in Carmel, NY. With two weekends and a full week to vote early, casting a ballot in New York has never been more convenient!

VOTE ABSENTEE

Requests for Absentee Ballots must be mailed no later than October 27th. Voters can come in to the Board of Elections up to November 2 and submit an absentee application and get an absentee ballot right then and there and vote absentee. Qualifications for Voting by Absentee Ballot:

  1. Unable to appear at the polls due to temporary or permanent illness or disability (temporary illness includes being unable to appear due to risk of contracting or spreading a communicable disease like COVID-19).

VOTE ON ELECTION DAY

Early Voting begins on October 24th at The Putnam County Board of Elections, 25 Old Route 6 in Carmel, NY. With two weekends and a full week to vote early, casting a ballot in New York has never been more convenient!

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