Early voting is underway in Rockland County. Though Election Day isn’t until November 2nd, all Rocklanders can vote at any town hall, with the exception of Stony Point. Hours are from 9 to 5 today, Wednesday and Friday, noon to 8pm Tuesday and Thursday, and 9 to 2 Saturday and Sunday. Rocklanders will be casting ballots in several local races, including County Executive, the 9th judicial district, and supervisors and town councils in all five towns, though supervisors in Ramapo, Orangetown and Haverstraw are running unopposed. Some towns are also electing town clerks, highway superintendents, and receivers of taxes and other positions. In Suffern, Republican Mayor Edward Markunas faces a challenge from Democratic candidate Michael Curley. Nyack mayor Don Hammond is running unopposed, as are the mayors of Spring Valley, Piermont and South Nyack, though that village will be folding into Orangetown this spring, and in West Haverstraw two trustees are running unopposed. In Stony Point, residents will vote on the pending sale of the Patriot Hills golf course and Letchworth Village property. For a complete list of candidates and other election information, visit rocklandgov.com for a PDF of the candidates.