3-way race for Yorktown supervisor heating up

The three-way race for Yorktown supervisor is heating up with a little more than a month remaining until the general election.

The three-way race came about after incumbent Supervisor Susan Siegel lost the Republican primary to Michael Grace. Siegel is running on the Yorktown Better Government line. Former Town Supervisor Don Peters is running for the Democrats.

Siegel has been promoting her work on reducing wasteful spending in the town after a state audit revealed "hundreds of thousands" of misspent funds.

Grace has been campaigning on economic development and tax relief. At issue is Grace's plan to continue his law practice in town if elected, leading Siegel to call him a potential part-time supervisor, something both Siegel and Peters call a full-time job.

Voters will go to the polls to choose their supervisor on Nov. 8.

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