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SouthamptonPress: Three Promises

I am applying for the job of Southampton Town councilwoman. You, the voters, will review my background and accomplishments and ...
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SouthamptonPress: We Can Do This

Today, in the most beautiful place on earth, Suffolk County District 1, we have a problem. The world, the country ...
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SouthamptonPress: Questionable Integrity

I have not lived in the East End for many years, but I am a full-time, voting Southampton resident who ...
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SouthamptonPress: Qualified For Job

As a longtime town resident, I have often wondered why we elect someone to head Southampton Town’s Highway Department instead ...
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SouthamptonPress: Ready To Work

In the upcoming election on November 2, we are fortunate to have Tom Neely, a new candidate for Southampton Town ...
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SouthamptonPress: A Delicate Balance

People want to live here. Our successful stewardship of our environment has made the Town of Southampton highly desirable. It ...
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SouthamptonPress: Ready To Serve

I am writing this letter to ask all registered voters in Southampton Town, regardless of political affiliation, for your support, ...
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SouthamptonPress: Cast Your Vote

As Election Day approaches on Tuesday, November 2, please consider casting your vote for the Southampton Town Democrats. The candidates ...
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SouthamptonPress: A Vote For Tommy John

There are many wonderful candidates on the slate this year. I am writing to support Tommy John Schiavoni for reelection ...
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SouthamptonPress: Invasion From The Sky

I’ve been spending a lot of time on the water of late, boating, swimming, kayaking and paddleboarding. The air is ...
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SouthamptonPress: Local Elections Matter

While you may know where President Joe Biden stands on vaccine mandates, or what Mitch McConnell’s stance is on raising ...
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SouthamptonPress: Traffic Dragons

It’s all about the traffic. We talk about protecting our environment and promoting our economy, but to do that we ...
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SouthamptonPress: Working For You

The new and improved Westhampton Beach Village and Main Street should serve as the perfect example of the benefits of ...
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SouthamptonPress: The Future Of Travel

Tom Neely is the man for East End traffic control as Southampton Town highway superintendent. Yes, he can do the ...
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SouthamptonPress: It Is Time

On the East End of Long Island, we believe we are “woke” — we believe we are doing something. We ...
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SouthamptonPress: Neighborly History

My home in Noyac represents a unique family history. It was a second home for my family for three generations ...
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SouthamptonPress: Talent And Experience

My life has been an eastward migration from bungalows in Breezy Point and the Rockaways, to West Islip, Fire Island ...
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SouthamptonPress: A Fresh Face

Labor Day has passed and the 2021 campaign season is now underway in earnest. In my humble opinion, things are ...
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SouthamptonPress: A Pollinator Pathway

The fate of our pollinators — ladybugs, bees, birds, butterflies, bats and more — has been at the forefront of ...
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SouthamptonPress: Good Management

On November 2, Southampton Town voters will cast their ballots to determine town leadership for the next two to four ...
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SouthamptonPress: Major Cost for Minor Party Primaries

Three primary elections for town office in Southampton on Tuesday, June 22, are expected to cost taxpayers $118,000, even though ...
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SouthamptonPress: Stop The Raid

The Working Families Party, being a liberal party, usually, but not always, cross-endorses the Democratic candidates for town and county ...
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SouthamptonPress: In Fight For Ballot Space, SH Democrats Launch Clean Water Party

Southampton Democrats are fighting back over what they say is an unethical, but legal, practice in which members of the ...
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Newsday: WFP says GOP, Conservatives trying to raid its ballot lines

By Michael Gormley michael.gormley@newsday.com  @GormleyAlbany Updated May 23, 2021 5:58 PM PDF version here ALBANY — The liberal Working Families Party ...
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Newsday: Democrat Jonathan Kornreich wins by wide margin in special election for Brookhaven council

Democrat Jonathan Kornreich has won a Brookhaven Town Board seat in a special election to fill the vacant post. Kornreich, ...
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