"I would like to introduce new technologies to streamline tax collection and publish educational materials to demystify the process," she said. "I want to make Huntington the perfect place to live and raise a family. I would also like to expand payment hours during tax season, as well as have an answering machine set up with a comprehensive message answering the most frequently asked questions and also leaving the option to leave a message for a return call."
Pardes, 49, of Huntington, is running on the Republican and Reform party lines. This is her first run for office. She is a teaching assistant for children with learning disabilities. She received a bachelor of arts degree in psychology in 1988 from Stony Brook University. She is a member of the Old Chester Hills Civic Association. She has two children.