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Fleming Prevails, Retaining Her Seat Despite Republican Rout

The East End bucked the tide, however, and County Legislator Bridget Fleming, a Democrat, retained her seat at the horseshoe, besting Republican newcomer Robert Carpenter III by a vote of 11,996-8,707. She captured 57.93 percent of the vote to Carpenter’s 42.04 percent.

McNamara, Schiavoni Apparent Board Seat Winners In Southampton; McArdle Takes Highway Superintendent

Despite not having a candidate at the top of their ticket, Republicans picked up one of two open seats on the Southampton Town Board in Tuesday’s election with Cynthia McNamara, who also had the Conservative and Working Families lines, rolling to an easy win with 6,860 votes, or 27.9 percent of the total cast.

Democrats Sweep East Hampton Elections; Van Scoyoc, Burke-Gonzalez Re-Elected, Rogers To Join Town Board

Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc and Councilwoman Kathee Burke-Gonzalez easily won re-election to third terms in their respective posts — Van Scoyoc for two more years, Burke-Gonzalez for four — and Cate Rogers captured the other town council seat on the ballot.

Four Vie For Two Seats On Justice Court Bench in Southampton

Four Vie For Two Seats On Justice Court Bench in Southampton

Nine Run For Five Seats On Southampton Town Board Of Trustees

Nine Run For Five Seats On Southampton Town Board Of Trustees

Five Proposals On The Ballot On Election Day

East End Voters will have five New York State ballot propositions to consider when they cast their votes on Tuesday.

Four Candidates Seek Two Spots On Southampton Town Board

Four candidates will compete for two openings on the Southampton Town Board in Tuesday’s election. Democratic Councilman Tommy John Schiavoni is the only incumbent in the race, with current Councilwoman Julie Lofstad deciding not to seek a second term. Democrat Robin Long and Republicans Cynthia McNamara and Ann Thomas are also seeking seats.

Neely, McArdle Face Off For Southampton Highway Superintendent

With Highway Superintendent Alex Gregor deciding not to seek reelection this year after 12 years on the job, Southampton Town voters will choose between retired Town Police detective Charles McArdle and Tom Neely, the retired town director of transportation and traffic safety, for the position.

All Nine Trustees Seats On The Ballot

For perhaps the last time, East Hampton voters will face a large and tangled field of options when they reach the far righthand side of their ballot and the choice for the nine seats on the East Hampton Town Trustees.

Three Vie For East Hampton Town Supervisor Seat

Three Vie For East Hampton Town Supervisor Seat

Five Vie For Two Seats On East Hampton Board

Five East Hamptonites are vying for the two council seats on the East Hampton Town Board that are on this year’s ballot for the November 2 election.

Fleming Faces Newcomer In County Race

Fleming Faces Newcomer In County Race

McArdle, Neely Vie For Town Highway Superintendent

McArdle, Neely Vie For Town Highway Superintendent

Southampton Town Board Candidates Face Off In Express News Group Debate

Southampton Town Board Candidates Face Off In Express News Group Debate

Six Candidates Vie For John Jermain Memorial Library Board

Six Candidates Vie For John Jermain Memorial Library Board

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