White Plains, NY – April 19, 2018 – The Westchester County Association – the region’s leading economic development and business advocacy organization – hosted a candid conversation with 37th State Senate District hopefuls: Democrat Shelley Mayer and Republican Julie Killian Wednesday.
With less than one week until the April 24 Special Election, the candidates explicitly stated their positions on the Wicks Law, single-payer healthcare, small business licensing reform and other issues of importance to Westchester’s business community.
The outcome of the race may determine the majority in the state Senate, which affects the balance of power in Albany.
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About The Westchester County Association
The Westchester County Association (www.westchester.org) is the leading economic development and business advocacy organization serving Westchester County and the region. The Association is committed to Smart Growth, business advocacy and economic vitality, and to providing a strong and clear voice for the interests of business. Its key objectives are to promote positive economic development in the region; foster business development; and provide its members with access to and interaction with key public and private sector individuals, agencies and organizations.