This means Mimi Rocah, who won the Democrat primary over incumbent Anthony Scarpino, will walk into office unopposed in January where I predict she will be one of the loudest voices in the state for more gun control:
“… “Not having an opponent does not change the fact that we have a lot of work to do to ensure conviction integrity, accountability, prevent gun violence, secure justice for domestic violence victims and sexual assault survivors and implement my revolutionary transparency plan at the Westchester County DA’s office,” she said …”
I fought with @MomsDemand to keep our schools, places of worship, and communities safe from gun violence. As Westchester DA, I'll continue that fight & get the office moving forward to get guns off the streets.
Read my Guns Off Our Streets plan here: pic.twitter.com/jq4dMZCBuz
— Mimi Rocah (@Mimirocah1) January 11, 2020