Campaigns Down to the Wire Ahead of Tuesday Vote

Early voting ended Sunday, leaving just one day–Tuesday–for residents to cast their ballots.

Election Day means voters go to their usual voting places to decide on two members of the Huntington Town Board, one Suffolk County legislator, a town clerk and a tax receiver.

To look up your voting place, and to see who your candidates are, go here:

Polling places are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Below are profiles of the four Town Board candidates as well as those running for tax receiver and town clerk.

Suffolk County redistricted, with new lines taking effect as of January. Maps.

Don’t think Election Day will provide a reprieve from hearing about candidates and issues. Huntington Town Supervisor is promising to launch his re-election campaign Wednesday.


Campaign 2023: Jen Hebert Running for Town Council

Campaign 2023: Republican Theresa Mari Running for Town Board Seat

Campaign 2023: Republican Brooke Lupinacci Runs for Town Board

Campaign 2023: Democrat McKay Seeking Town Board Seat

Campaign 2023: Guthman Seeking Re-Election as Tax Receiver

Campaign 2023: Challenger Pamela Velastegui

Campaign 2023: Linda Davis Valdez Running for Town Clerk

Campaign 2023: Andrew Raia Seeking Re-Election as Town Clerk

Campaign 2023: Democrat Rebecca Sanin Running for Suffolk Legislature

Campaign 2023: 16th District Republican Legislator Manuel Esteban

Campaign 2023: Republican Catherine Corella Running in the 17th District

Campaign 2023: Donnelly Seeks Re-Election in 17th District

Campaign 2023: 18th District Legislator Stephanie Bontempi

Campaign 2023: Challenger Dr. Eve Meltzer Krief


Campaign 2023: Who’s Donating to Hebert

Campaign 2023: Who’s Donating to Mari

Campaign 2023: Who’s Donating to Lupinacci

Campaign 2023: Who’s Donating to McKay

Campaign 2023: Going Local TV Produces Candidate Videos

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