Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019
Early voting will take place Oct. 26th through Nov. 3rd
For the first time ever, registered voters in Harrison will be able to cast their ballots early! No matter what district in which you reside, early voters all vote at the same place. Please note, if you wait until Nov. 5th, you must cast your ballot at your normal polling place. See below for details.
Harrison Veterans Memorial Building
210 Halstead Ave, Harrison NY 10528
Saturday, 10/26 and Sunday 10/27: 12pm to 5pm
Monday, 10/28, Wednesday 10/30 and Friday 11/1: 8am to 4pm
Tuesday 10/29 and Thursday 10/31: 12pm to 8pm
Saturday 11/2 and Sunday 11/3: 12pm to 5pm
EXPERIENCE - INTEGRITY
The Harrison Town Court deals with both civil and criminal matters. That’s why it's so important to elect a qualifed and experienced town court judge.
Patricia O'Callaghan (Tricia, as she is known to her colleagues) is an experienced trial attorney. As a Supervisor and then Deputy County Attorney, she devoted her career to improving the lives of Westchester’s children and their families.
Tricia has earned high marks for her integrity strong ethics and compassion for helping others. Tricia knows Westchester, she knows the law and she understands the courts.
Tricia is a lifelong resident of the Sound Shore area. She is the daughter of an Irish immigrant and she holds dual citizenship. Her grandfather was brave enough to bring his family here in the hopes of having a better life for them. She is the oldest daughter in a family of 9 children.
Tricia is dedicated to the Town of Harrison, her son went to school here and they attend
St. Gregory's parish. She loves Harrison and the people in it and would like to make the Harrison town court a more efficient court experience.
Tricia O’Callaghan has been in public service for over 28 years. She has dedicated her career to public service both professionally as a
civil servant and personally as a volunteer in various not for profit organizations.