The village plans to proceed with a March 18 election for the Board of Trustees, although allegations of Hispanic-voter discrimination that halted a previous election have yet to be resolved.
The board posted notice this month that it would seek to fill five of the six trustee seats - those held by Gregory Adams, Domenick Cicatelli, John Crane, Joseph Kenner and Robert Sorensen. Candidates will compete for two three-year terms, two two-year terms and one one-year term.
Party leaders are beginning to plan for the election, even though Port Chester awaits U.S. District Judge Stephen Robinson's decision on whether its current at-large election system violates the Voting Rights Act.
His ruling could change how Port Chester's elections are conducted by forcing the village to switch from its at-large, village-wide voting system to one in which trustees are elected from individual districts.......
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