Hispanic Democrats of Westchester Endorse Lakisha Collins-Bellamy for Yonkers City Council President

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  YONKERS, NY — June 13, 2021 — In a city as diverse and rich in culture and history as Yonkers is, our Hispanic neighbors play a large part in contributing to Yonkers’ identity. Yonkers is comprised of a 37% Hispanic population, and it is vital to acknowledge and appreciate how important this community is to the City of Yonkers. …

TribuneHispanic Democrats of Westchester Endorse Lakisha Collins-Bellamy for Yonkers City Council President

Karen Beltran for Yonkers Mayor Campaign Kickoff – May 8, 2019 @ 66 Main Street

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YONKERS, NY — May 6, 2019 — The Karen Beltran for Mayor Campaign Kickoff event and fundraiser is set for May 8, 2019 @ 66 Main Street – 9th Floor Karen Beltran is on the ballot for the June 25, 2019 Democratic Primary Election. Ms. Beltran is seeking to unseat a two-term incumbent. Beltran is an attorney and former PTA …

eHeziKaren Beltran for Yonkers Mayor Campaign Kickoff – May 8, 2019 @ 66 Main Street

Mayor Roach Attempts to Disenfranchise Immigrant Community; Not Fit to be White Plains Mayor
By ROBIN BIKKAL and XIMENA FRANCELLA

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WHITE PLAIN, NY — August 1, 2017 — In a desperate attempt to disqualify his democratic challenger, mayor Roach has brought an action in NY Supreme Court challenging his democratic rival Milagros Lecuona’s petitions on the basis of misspellings in the address box including the lack of the letter H in the name White Plains. In a city of 57,000 …

eHeziMayor Roach Attempts to Disenfranchise Immigrant Community; Not Fit to be White Plains Mayor
By ROBIN BIKKAL and XIMENA FRANCELLA