Larchmont’s Republican and Democratic nominating caucuses for the spring village election are at the end of the month and the big question will be if Liz Feld will run for a third term as mayor.
Feld told me this week she won’t comment on her plans yet but she will make them known closer to the caucuses, which will take place on Jan. 26.
Feld, a Republican, ran an unsuccessful state senate race against Suzi Oppenheimer, D-Mamaroneck, in 2008 and is consistently getting high praise from GOP officials all over the state. She’s also made no secret she’s floating around the idea of running for the U.S. Senate seat against Kirsten Gillibrand, D-New York, this fall.
Also up for re-election is Democratic trustee Marlene Kolbert. Democratic trustee Josh Mandell will have to run for his first term after being appointed to the position last year after Jim Millstein stepped down.
Both the Republican and Democratic caucuses will take place at 8 p.m. on Jan. 26 in Larchmont’s village hall.