The Village of Irvington has officially switched over its local elections to November to coincide with the general election.
Up for grabs this year are two village trustee seats and the mayoral post.
According to Village Clerk Brenda M. Jeselnik, the November 5 election will be uncontested.
Republican Brian Smith is seeking a second two-year term as mayor.
Democrat Connie Kehoe is seeking a third term as trustee.
Kristen Woll, running for the first time, is looking to fill the second open trustee position, which will be vacated by current Trustee Ken Bernstein (who is not seeking re-election).
Next Tuesday, Oct. 29 is the final day registered voters can postmark absentee ballots. Monday, Nov. 4 is the final day to present absentee ballots in person to the Westchester County Board of Elections.