Polls for Bedford’s Conservative and Independence primary elections open at 6 a.m. and close at 9 p.m. Tuesday, with contested races for seats on the Town Board and for the role of Town Justice.
With two seats available on the Bedford Town Board, candidates Mary Beth Kass and incumbent Francis Corcoran will appear on the Conservative ballot. Conservative voters also have a write-in option.
The town supervisor position also is up for election this year – with Don Scott running on the Conservative ticket and Chris Burdick, a current member of the Town Board, on the Independence ballot. There also is a write-in option for both ballots.
The role of town clerk is being sought on the Conservative ticket by incumbent Lisabeth Boo Fumagalli and on the Independence ballot by Simone Shapiro. Both ballots have the option for writing in a candidate.
Judy Aydelott and incumbent Erik Jacobsen are running against each other on the Conservative and Independence ballots for Bedford Town Justice.
County Legislator and Majority Leader Peter Harckham, of North Salem, is running on the Independence ticket to keep his District 2 seat on the Westchester County Board of Legislators. Voters also have the option of writing in a candidate for the District 2 seat, which represents Bedford, Lewisboro, Mount Kisco, North Salem, Pound Ridge and Somers.
Check the Westchester Board of Elections’ website for information about polling locations.