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Update:  You should have received your application for absentee ballot for the June primary by now.  If you haven't, please read on -
June Primary - An important message from Katherine Daniels, candidate for town board 2020:
Vote by Absentee Ballot in the June 23 Primary.  While there is no Presidential Primary, there is still a primary for local candidates, see below.
NY State has allowed ALL residents to apply for absentee ballots for the June 23d Primary Election
Applications submitted by mail must be post-marked by June 16, 2020. 
Applications delivered in person to the County Board of Elections are due by June 22, 2020.
Ballots must be postmarked by June 22, 2020. 
Ballots delivered in person to the County Board of Elections are due by June 23, 2020.
Registered Democrats can choose between two candidates for District Attorney and five candidates for the 93d State Assembly District seat vacated by David Buchwald, who is running for US Congress. 
In filling out the application, you can check the box for “temporary illness or disability” because we are all categorized by NYS as temporarily ill and/or disabled due to the COVID-19 crisis.

FOR AN ABSENTEE BALLOT GO TO:
https://www.elections.ny.gov/NYSBOE/download/voting/AbsenteeBallot-English.pdf
https://www.elections.ny.gov/NYSBOE/download/voting/AbsenteeBallot-Spanish.pdf

HOW TO STAY INFORMED:
The Democratic Committee would like to get in touch with registered Democrats by email to keep folks posted on upcoming events and election information.  
Please email democratic committee member Amy Rosmarin at amyrosmarin@aol.com if you wish to be included in email announcements.

THEY DID WHAT THEY SAID THEY WOULDN'T DO......NO SURPRISE!
The town board filled the vacancy on the town board by appointing Bob Daros, giving him an unfair advantage over our candidate, Katherine Daniels.  There will be a Special Election in November and Katherine Daniels will be running.  Election day will be Tuesday, November 3, 2020.

Katherine J. Daniels is an attorney with almost 3 decades of experience litigating and counseling clients in the areas of intellectual property, first amendment, defamation, privacy, data security, unfair competition, false advertising and employment law. 

Katherine is active in community service.  She served on the Board of Education for the North Salem Central School District for 14 years, 4 as President.  She served on the Comprehensive Planning Committee and the Energy Advisory Panel for the Town of North Salem, NY and on the Executive Committee for the Northern Westchester Energy Action Consortium.  She also served as Senior Warden of the Vestry of St. James Episcopal Church in North Salem for five years overseeing the renovations of the Village Hall.  She is presently on the Board of Directors for the Ruth Keeler Memorial Library, Allied Community Enterprises and the North Salem Bridle Trails Association.  She was recently appointed to serve on the Town’s Ethics Committee. 

Katherine is a graduate of Middlebury College (1984)and Brooklyn Law School (1990). 

Katherine is married to Josh Leicht, a former prosecutor and current compliance consultant.  Josh also serves as firefighter and EMT on the Croton Falls Volunteer Fire Department.  Katherine’s oldest son Jacob is a Senior studying engineering at the University of Colorado in Boulder on a US Air Force ROTC scholarship.  Her youngest son Benjamin attends US Air Force Academy.  Katherine enjoys horseback riding, running, hiking, skiing, biking, diving and many other outdoor activities.  She has lived in North Salem since 1996.