Check out this article at Streetsblog: Will Westchester Replace Richard Brodsky With a Better Voice for Transit?, by Noah Kazis. It's a very well-written discussion of the new Westchester potential Westchester representatives.
This is SO important! Not only for the future of Westchester, but for NYC as a whole. Westchester representatives have consistently vetoed legislation that will charge cars for any of their infrastructure: be it via bridge tolls, paying for parking, or Congestion Pricing.
Some of the reps have good ideas: expanding the bike paths to include east-west, offering Transit passes to high school students. These may be much more challenging to enact that the existing trend of pro-car legislation, but we at least need supportive officials in office.
We have to VOTE!!! Pay attention to this election..