Campaign: HQ Opening; Tailgate Party

Huntington Democrats  will officially open its 2021 official campaign headquarters with a parking lot rally at 11 a.m. on Saturday. “Our candidates have been working hard individually, and now it is time for all of us to come together to demonstrate, in as forceful a Read More …

Republicans Pick Smyth for Town Supervisor Race; Bennardo, Ferro on Ticket

Huntington Republicans announced late Friday night  that they had endorse Councilman Edmund Smyth for town supervisor, succeeding Chad Lupinacci, who said Friday afternoon he wouldn’t run again. Also on the Republican slate are retiring South Huntington superintendent Dr. David Bennardo and  Salvatore Ferro, CEO of Read More …

Nov. 6: Huntington GOP, Dems Dueling Online

Two  weeks before the Nov .6 election, a Huntington Town Republican ad has the two major parties sniping at each other online. The Republican ad says  Town Councilwoman Joan Cergol, who is running against Republican Jim Leonick, left the Community Development Agency more than $1 Read More …

Marcantonio Knocked Off Ballot Against Raia

Michael Marcantonio, Democratic candidate for the 12th Assembly District, was tossed off the Nov. 6 ballot after a judge ruled he hadn’t met state residency requirements, Newsday reported. Marcantonio’s spot on the ballot was challenged by supporters of his opponent, Assemb. Andrew Raia, a Northport Read More …

James Pledges Corruption Crackdown in Bid for State Attorney General’s Job

State attorney general Letitia James told Huntington Democrats last week that, if elected, she would crack down on corruption, protect immigrants and tackle other issues important to local residents. James, Zephyr Teachout, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney and Leecia Eve are competing for the Democratic nomination in Read More …