By Gianna Volpe | Shelter Island Reporter GIANNA VOLPE PHOTOS | Shelter Island Reporter Some 282 absentee and affadavit ballots were counted on Friday, November 19 at the Suffolk County Board of Elections in Yaphank. The count cost Glenn Waddington (center right, with Democratic Chair Heather Reylek beside him) his lead and the election. CONTINUE […]
Bill Wilkinson, the sitting Republican supervisor of East Hampton Town, has defeated Democratic challenger Zach Cohen by 15 votes, LIPolitics.com has learned. Read: Unofficial Results Show Wilkinson Wins by a Hair on .
. Judge will declare race for 14th Legislative District early next week. . By Amanda Fiscina INCUMBENT CHALLENGER Joseph V. Belesi (R) Eva Pearson (D) CONTINUE READING
Dear Supporters: Thank you for all you have done to support our recent campaign for Islip Town Supervisor. Your hard work and dedication elected a new Team to restore honesty, hard work and integrity in town government. I, along with my colleagues, Councilman Elect John Cochrane, Councilman Elect Anthony Senft, Town Clerk Elect Olga Murray, […]
BOE: East Hampton Ballot Count to Continue on Monday By Taylor K. Vecsey After waiting all week, East Hampton voters will have to wait until next week to see how the absentee ballot count shakes out to determine the East Hampton supervisor’s race. CONTINUE READING
Dear Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincerest thanks to the people of the 17th Legislative District for re-electing me to the Suffolk County Legislature. I am honored to represent each and every one of you and I truly appreciate the continued trust you have placed in me to be […]
Control of county Legislature hangs in the balance Although the Nassau County Board of Elections has nearly completed its vote count in all 45 election precincts, the question still remains: Which political party will control the majority in the Nassau County Legislature? more . . Becker, Kopel re-elected to County Legislature Unofficial results on Election […]
Janette Pellegrini/LI Herald By David Weingrad | firstname.lastname@example.org Eva Pearson, left, a Democrat, is deadlocked with Republican candidate Joseph Belesi in a race for the 14th District. She is pictured above with Nassau County Legislator Dave Denenberg, center, and Legislator-elect Carrie Solages at Democratic headquarters on election night. CONTINUE READING
Suffolk Countty Legislator Tom Cilmi (R-Bay Shore) today decried a 16 – 2 vote on an omnibus budget amendment which, among other things, raised taxes by the maximum allowable amount under New York’s new tax cap. Calling it a disgusting display of hypocricy and a betrayal of the voters’ trust, Cilmi, without naming names, said […]
The election results for North Hempstead Supervisor, Town Council Districts and Receiver of Taxes. North Hempstead Supervisor (VOTE FOR) 1 (WITH 203 OF 207 PRECINCTS COUNTED 98.07%) Jon KAIMAN (DEM) . . . . . . . . 17,342 49.57 Lee TU (REP) . . . . . . . . . 14,144 40.43 Lee […]
Election Day ended at midnight on Tuesday, November 9. However for the candidates in Suffolk’s 6th and 18th Legislative District, the election continues. LIPolitics.com has learned that candidates Dr. William Spencer, the Democratic candidate in Suffolk’s 18th Legislative District and John Giannott, a Republican from Suffolk’s 7th LD, the are emerging closer to victory. In […]
. Torres, Adelson, Mandel wrest majority from GOP By Joseph Kellard CONTINUE READING . City Council At-Large Top three (3) vote total winners take office. Democratic Candidates INCUMBENT CHALLENGER CHALLENGER VS OR Len Torres City Council Member WINNER Scott Mandel WINNER Fran Adelson WINNER VS Republican Candidates INCUMBENT INCUMBENT CHALLENGER VS OR Mona Goodman City […]
. Suffolk County offices Town of Babylon Town of Brookhaven Town of East Hampton Town of Huntington Town of Islip Town of Riverhead Town of Shelter Island Town of Smithtown Town of Southampton Town of Southold Village Election Results
Results for the Town of Shelter Island from the November 9, 2011 election. This includes: Supervisor, Town Council, Town Clerk, Assessor and Town Justice.
Results for the Town of East Hampton from the November 9, 2011 election for the East Hampton Town Trustees. The Trustees are the original governing body of East Hampton. Since their creation in 1686, the Town Trustees have continuously functioned as an autonomous governing body and represent an important historic link to the earliest roots […]