The candidates running for Southold Town justice this year made a gentleman’s agreement during the campaign that once the results of the election were in, they would make dinner plans together.
The challengers seeking seats on the Southold Town Board this Election Day centered their campaigns around the idea that there’s a need for change in a town where all five board members have been elected with Republican support. Don’t vote for the status quo, they urged.
Al Krupski had little to worry about in his re-election bid Tuesday. The popular legislator had won his first two terms with more than two-thirds of the vote, and his opponent in this year’s race was not actively campaigning.
But there was a different, more personal source of anxiety this time: watching his son, Nick, run in his first-ever election as a candidate for the Southold Town Board of Trustees. And since Al was a Trustee himself for 20 years, this race was even more special. READ
Heading into Tuesday’s election in Southold Town it was clear voters would be electing their first new judge in 20 years and a new Trustee would also be voted into office.
It appears those could be the only two offices to see a change in 2016. READ
The Suffolk Times reported live from the Southold Town Democratic and Republican committee election night events. READ
Polling places in Southold Town are at the following locations. Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. everywhere.
• Election Districts 17, 18: Cutchogue East Elementary School, 34900 Main Road, Cutchogue
• ED 11 Cutchogue Fire Department, 260 New Suffolk Road, Cutchogue
• ED 3: East Marion Fireman’s Hall, 9065 Main Road, East Marion
• ED 1: Fishers Island Community Center, 66 Hound Lane, Fishers Island
• ED 6: Greenport Fire Department, 236 Third St., Greenport
• EDs 4, 5 and 7: Greenport High School, 720 Front St., Greenport
• EDs 12, 13, 15 and 16: Mattituck High School, 15125 Main Road, Mattituck
• ED 2: Poquatuck Hall, 1160 Village Lane, Orient
• ED 8: Southold Fire Department, 55135 Main Road, Southold
• EDs 9, 14 and 19: Southold High School, 420 Oaklawn Ave., Southold
• ED 10: Southold Town Recreation Center, 970 Peconic Lane, Peconic
To find your polling place, visit the Suffolk County Board of Elections website.
In addition to races for supervisor, town council and other local posts, a host of other positions are also up for election on the Nov. 3 ballot.
The two candidates for Southold Town Supervisor faced off in person for the first time Thursday night.
And the Democratic challenger came out swinging. READ