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What We Have Accomplished in Southampton.

Proud of our Southampton Town Democratic majority accomplishments and developing plans, we are doing and intend to continue to do what’s best and right for the entire Town and all its residents.
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Local Democrats care about Affordable Housing.

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Local Democrats care about Community Health.

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Local Democrats care about our Local Economy.

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Local Democrats care about our Local History.

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Local Democrats care about Safe Clean Water.

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Local Democrats care about Fiscal Responsibility.

Community News & Voices.

Latest developments and citizen voices in and around Southampton.

From Mike Anthony: Time To Admit It

In light of the June 28 gubernatorial primary outcome that now provides New York State voters with Republican Lee Zeldin and Democrat Kathy Hochul as our choices to lead our ...
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From Andi Klausner: Celebrating What?

To all those cheering the demise of Roe v. Wade, I need to ask: What exactly are you celebrating? The woman who may die because she can’t end a life-threatening ...
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Riverhead News Review: Reproductive Rights Rally in Riverhead

Standing on the steps of the Suffolk County Supreme Court building Riverhead, amid a crowd that had swelled to several hundred Wednesday, Candace Alexandra Hall of Greenport spoke about the ...
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Patch.com: Students Describe Fear At Anti-Gun Rally: ‘It’s Not If, It’s When’

SOUTHAMPTON, NY — Their voices breaking, three Southampton High School students spoke about what it has been like to grow up in a time when active shooter drills are the ...
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From Jackie Hilly: Deadly Ideas

On January 6, after hiding as the Capitol was attacked, and Officer Brian Sicknick was dying, Lee Zeldin emerged from his safe haven, joined his MAGA squad, and refused to ...
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We’re the Southampton Town Democratic Committee and we’ll tell you things you won’t hear anywhere else.
  • On THE ENVIRONMENT
  • On LAND USE & DEVELOPMENT
  • On INFRASTRUCTURE & MAINTENANCE
  • On FINANCE
  • On GOOD GOVERNMENT
  • On PRESERVATION
  • On COMMUNITY RELATIONS
  • On PUBLIC SAFETY
  • On RECREATION
  • On LABOR RELATIONS
  • On QUALITY OF LIFE
Who does all this?  Southampton Town, and that means the Southampton Democrats.  If you want to get things done, or learn about something, or help the community – we’re the people to see.  When you want local, come to us.
All members of the Southampton Democratic Committee are volunteers, and we’re always looking for more help! Want to knock on doors, write letters to the editor or phone bank? Perhaps you have a special skill that can help us with social media, photography, graphic design or website development. Let us know!
Learn more about who we are and what’s going on in town. Our Facebook page lists the meetings of all the town’s boards. Our blog posts keep you up to date on the doings of the town and the party. Read a list of past accomplishments here. And read about our platform.
Committee members are the true grass roots of any party. We have 42 Electoral Districts in Southampton. Two committee members are assigned every ED, and their job is to to represent the voters in their ED. That includes gathering petition signature to get our candidates on the ballot, learning what issues are important and getting out the vote. Interested? Email our chair here.

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