Candidate hopes voters can't ignore her billboard

Republican candidate for state Senate Janis Castaldi is making sure voters remember her name come Election Day with the help of a 30-foot billboard on

CLARKSTOWN - Republican candidate for state Senate Janis Castaldi is making sure voters remember her name come Election Day with the help of a 30-foot billboard on Route 9W.

Castaldi, former deputy mayor of Ossining, is running against Democratic state Sen. David Carlucci for the seat representing parts of northern Westchester and Rockland County.

Castaldi says she hopes the billboard helps voters to recognize her face and familiarizes them with her campaign. She made headlines earlier this summer when the state's Conservative Party refused to allow her to run on their party's line because of her support of gay marriage.

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