NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. -- New Rochelle Mayor and Westchester County Executive candidate Noam Bramson landed endorsements from fellow mayors Mike Spano (Yonkers), Tom Roach (White Plains), Mary Foster (Peekskill) and Ernie Davis (Mount Vernon) on Tuesday.
“I’m proud to endorse Noam Bramson as Westchester’s next County Executive," Spano said in a statement. "Noam understands the issues we face here in Yonkers and across the county, and he knows that creating jobs is our number one priority.”
All candidates cited Bramson's experience as a mayor and his ability to bring in new businesses and jobs as major influences.
"Noam Bramson understands the needs of Westchester's urban centers and the challenges of governing a city," Roach said in a statement. "As a Mayor himself, Noam knows firsthand how important smart growth, public safety and parks are to our communities. He has governed successfully through challenging times. As County Executive, Noam will bring this front line experience to the county level."
Bramson echoed his fellow mayors' sentiments.
"Together, we understand through direct experience what it takes to attract private investment, create jobs, and grow a local economy, so that businesses and residents can succeed," Bramson said in a statement. "It takes good planning and active leadership, and it’s not getting done by this County administration today."