Residents, business owners, elected officials, environmental activists, and engaged parents are coming out strong to support Victoria’s re-election!
Read more of the reasons folks are supporting Victoria’s re-election:
County Executive Latimer visited to make his official endorsement of Mayor Gearity’s reelection, and talk about economic development opportunities for the downtown, waterfront and uptown business districts.
County Legislator Catherine Borgia praised Gearity’s experience and professionalism, stating that Mayor Gearity is, “the leader Ossining needs right now: a forward-thinking Mayor with a mind of her own.”
Former Conservative Candidate for Town Council Aaron Spring is supporting Gearity because, “Mayor Gearity has found a way to craft policy that intertwines both fiscal discipline and social progress for basic human rights”
Environmental activist Dorian Burden recalls serving with Gearity on the Village’s Environmental Advisory Council , “Her strength was in the way she analyzed and examined issues to make sure she fully understood all sides of them.”
Kaja Gam, one of the organizers of the No-Roundabout/Save the 5 Corners grass roots effort, surprised many with her endorsement Victoria’s re-election.
Will & Stephanie Austen support Victoria because she shares their vision of “a richly diverse community that welcomes people of different cultures, ethnic backgrounds, and beliefs.”
Erika Boetsch is a parent and small business owner who believes Victoria is the “forward-thinking and thoughtful leader” Ossining needs.
Lisette Moran expresses her appreciation for the transparency and the concern for all Ossining residents—regardless of race, sexual orientation, gender identity, nationality, documentation status.
Local business owner Luis Corena is proud of Victoria’s leadership, and believes “a vote for her will keep us all united in our love of Ossining.
Village Historian Dana White encourages voters to join her in supporting Victoria, noting the Mayor’s commitment to serving the community with “grace and steely determination.”
Assemblywoman Sandy Galef supports Victoria’s re-election, particularly noting the 0% tax rate increase for the past two years and Victoria’s commitment to government transparency.
Ossining Town Supervisor Dana Levenberg extolls the benefits of this collaborative duo of Ossining chief elected officials.
Omar Lopez describes himself “a first-generation Dominican-American, first-time homebuyer, and Ossining resident.” He encourages voters to join him in supporting Victoria, noting “We may look different, but our vision for Ossining is the same.”
Environmentalist Suzie Ross lets voters know that Victoria, “has not only supported every Green Ossining initiative, she has been a partner and a cheerleader”.
Ben Zebelman, Co-Founder of Ossining for Fair Funding and Democratic District Leader, reminds voters that Victoria is the only member of the Village Board with children in the School District, “She’s not only a mayor, she’s a mom.”
Peekskill Mayor Andre Rainey proudly endorses Victoria noting that she is “not only a leader in Ossining but a leader in the broader region”.
Manuel Quezada served on the Village Board alongside Victoria and was impressed with her support of the Hispanic community.
Michael Spall is a resident who finds that Victoria “is responsive to her constituents and brings the right level of experience to address the important issues facing this village.”