The seat, considered pivotal for control of the Senate, represents the 37th District on Westchester County’s eastern side. It opened up when former Sen. George Latimer, a Democrat, left Jan. 1 to take office as the new county executive.
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“My attitude has always been that I’m an independent reformer,” he said. “I don’t look at it as Republican vs. Democrat, I look at it as Albany having a major problem with corruption and over-taxation and we need someone who is going to fight against those things.”
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