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Westchester On the Level

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YONKERS, NY -- January 11, 2012 -- Richard Narog is on a foreign assignment; Hezi Aris is your host today. March 20, 2012 has been proclaimed by NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo  to be the date of the Special Election for four vacant Assembly seats and one seat for Senator. Upon the accession of former Assemblyman Mike Spano  to that of Yonkers Mayor has place the 93rd Assembly District in contention with many covetously vying to represent the district. The Democrat have been seemingly coalescing around the hush-hush campaign effort in full swing by Shelley Mayer, while the Republicans seem to have found themselves unprepared for the Special Elections called for March 20th rather than the anticipated April 25th date they conjectured. We’ll discuss the latest of what we have learned.  Also, more discussion of recent appointment, specifically that of Jose Alvarado and Gail Burns. The rumor of Phil Amicone and his job prospects. We’ll explain why they are preposterous. And there is always more to discuss. Perhaps the election victory of Republican contender and front runner Mitt Romney regarding his win in New Hampsire. Listen live at Level and join the conversation by calling toll-free to 1-877-674-2436.