Suffolk PBA Endorses Slate of Candidates

The Suffolk County Police Benevolent Association has endorsed an all-Republican slate of candidates for the Nov. 3 election. In addition to endorsing President Donald Trump for re-election, the police union supports: George A.D. Santos, running for the 3rd US Congressional District seat  held by US Read More …

Here’s How You Can Vote in Nov. 3 Election

  Election Day is Nov. 3, and voters  have three ways to choose their representatives; Voting in person on Nov. 3, voting by mail with an absentee ballot or casting ballots over nine days of early voting before Election Day. The deadline to register to vote Read More …

New Election Laws Expand Use of Absentee Ballots

Voters worried about Covid-19 or other illness will be able to vote by absentee ballot under a three-part  package of changes signed into law Thursday by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo. The  package includes new measures allowing absentee ballot applications to be submitted to the Board Read More …

12th Assembly District Candidates Win Union Endorsements

The New York State AFL-CIO has endorsed Michael Marcantonio in his run for the 12th Assembly District, while Republican candidate Keith Brown was endorsed by the Suffolk County Association of Municipal Employees. “I am deeply grateful to receive AME’s endorsement and their faith in my Read More …

Flanagan Stepping Down June 28 From State Senate

Update:State Sen. John Flanagan, who announced in March that he wouldn’t seek re-election, will step down June 28. The Northport Republican will go to work for Northwell Health, the largest private employer in the state. Northwell said Flanagan would serve as regional “liaison with legislative Read More …

Judge Reinstates June 23 Presidential Primary

A federal judge Tuesday ordered the restoration of the June 23 Democratic primary that had been canceled over concerns about the Covid-19 epidemic.  US District Judge Analisa Torres said that taking  presidential contenders off the primary ballot deprived them of votes for the Democratic Party’s Read More …