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Meet Todd Rose, Candidate for Stony Point Town Board

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STONY POINT, NY – Meet Todd Rose, candidate for Stony Point Town Board. Rose is currently running in a primary to secure the Republican nomination. Below is a short bio from Todd Rose.

“As a fourth-generation resident, my roots in Stony Point are deep. I grew up here along with my wife and we raised our family here as well. As your Councilman, I will leverage my 30 years of business management experience to ensure the Town Board continues to put taxpayers first and make the best decisions for the future of our town. I have been an active community leader for many years, and I pledge that my respect for the history and culture of Stony Point will always motivate my decision-making.

Ensuring that we can continue to afford to live here and enjoy the quality of life we love requires experienced people on Town Board. It would be a privilege to have your vote and serve our community.”

Rose is running on a ticket with fellow candidate Keith Williams. The primary will be on June 22nd.

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Dutchess County Exec and 2018 NY Gov Candidate Marc Molinaro Endorses Aidan Rowan for Stony Point Town Council

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STONY POINT, NY – 2018 New York Gubernatorial candidate and Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro endorses Aidan Rowan for Stony Point Town Council. Rowan, 19, is looking to make history as one of the youngest elected officials in Rockland County history. Similar to Molinaro, Rowan has been involved in politics since a very young age.

“I am thrilled to endorse Aidan Rowan for Stony Point Town Council. Aidan is a remarkable young man with deep commitment to serving his community. He was an invaluable asset to my gubernatorial campaign and I know he will be even more passionate when fighting to preserve Stony Point. I was elected Mayor at 19 years old, and I look forward to watching Aidan blaze his own path as one of the youngest elected officials in the country, ushering in new leadership.” – Marc Molinaro.

With the endorsement from Dutchess County Executive Molinaro, this is Rowan’s second major endorsement from a New York Republican Figure. In April, Rowan was endorsed by former Congresswoman Nan Hayworth.

“Thank you Marc for endorsing me! I had the pleasure of working hard for the Molinaro campaign in past years! And now I’m privileged to have Marc on Team Aidan!” said Rowan on a post on Facebook.

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Leslie Kahn, Candidate for Clarkstown Justice Voting at Clarkstown Town Hall

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Leslie Kahn is on the ballot for the June 22, 2021 Primary Election on the Democratic, Republican, Conservative and Working Families. If elected, Kahn would be the first female Justice in Town of Clarkstown history.

Below is a short bio for Leslie Kahn:

I have been a practicing attorney for thirty years and have dedicated my career to serving the public. I am currently the Town Attorney for the Town of Clarkstown where I counsel the Town Boards and Commissions on legal issues. I prepare local laws and resolutions and assist with the defense of lawsuits brought against the Town. I also prosecute violators of the Town Code and have significantly increased the number of prosecutions related to building and zoning code violations.

Prior to my employment with the Town of Clarkstown, I was a prosecutor in the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office for twenty five years. I concentrated in the areas of domestic violence, juvenile crimes, alternative to incarceration programs and gun violence. I have extensive litigation experience having tried hundreds of cases, both felonies and misdemeanors. I have also presented numerous cases to the grand jury and trained Assistant District Attorney’s in case management and trial preparation.

During my tenure with the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office I held the positions of Bureau Chief of Domestic Violence, Chief of Firearms Prosecution and Chief of Adolescent Diversion Programs. I am extremely familiar with specialized courts as I was involved in creating the first juvenile domestic violence court in the nation as well as the integrated domestic violence court and the adolescent diversion court in Brooklyn.

I moved to Clarkstown in 1998 with my husband Paul, a lifelong resident. We have three boys, Michael, Steven and Zachary who attended the Clarkstown Central School District where I volunteered with various committees. I am a member of the Rockland County Bar Association and the Rockland County Women’s Bar Association. I also served on the Board of Directors for the Rockland County Jewish Community Center.

Throughout my career, I’ve dedicated myself to serving the public, ensuring justice and equality for all New Yorkers, and enforcing our laws without fear or favor. As Town Justice, I will use my experience, my integrity, and my compassion to apply the law fairly and make sure Clarkstown remains a great place to live for all of our families.rocklandreport.com

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