The Village of Mamaroneck Democratic Party has elected Elizabeth Sanger as the new chair of the organization, according to a release sent out today.
Sanger—who has served as vice-chair of the Democratic Party since 2004—will replace former chair Elsa Puerto Rubin. Rubin will take over Sanger’s role as vice chair of the organization. Sanger will also replace Stuart Tiekert, who has been the acting chair since March of 2012.
A former teacher, Sanger has been “very involved in local politics since 1972.”
She served on many local boards including the Washingtonville Housing Alliance in addition to her work as an ESL teacher at the Hispanic Resource Center. Sanger ran an unsuccessful bid for a trustee seat in the village in 2006.