Jeremiah Frei-Pearson Now Running for Office in Westchester

Jeremiah Frei-Pearson, a Democrat who ran for a Queens seat in the New York State Assembly in 2010 before dropping out, is now running for a completely different Assembly seat in a completely different county.

Mr. Frei-Pearson recently filed paperwork to run against GOP Assemblyman Robert Castelli, who won a 2010 special election in the Westchester County district.

According to the Lewisboro Ledger, he moved to White Plains last year where he now works at a local law firm. Although Mr. Frei-Pearson grew up in Westchester, it remains notable that he ran for the Astoria-based Assembly seat in the last election cycle. The 2010 election was eventually won by Aravella Simotas.

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