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The Southold Dems Breakfasts Return May 18

May
9
2019

Our popular breakfast and speaker series returns with an exiciting and relevent discussion about protecting our shoreline and changes to the Clean Water Act.

Southold Town Trustee Nick Krupski and Defend H2O's Kevin McAllister will talk about the challenges facing our fragile shoreline, including sea level rise, and the policy changes that we need to consider. McAllister will also address the EPA's recent changes to the Clean Water Act. There will be a Q&A with the speakers immediately following the presentation.

The admission proce of $20 includes a complete buffet breakfast. If you're a first time voter this November, you are invited to come for free.

The event will take place on Saturday, May 18, 2019 at Hellenic Restaurant,...| read more ››

Southold Dems Announce 2019 Slate

Feb
28
2019

The Southold Town Democratic Committee, led by Committee Chairwoman Kathryn Casey Quigley, has announced its slate of candidates for the November election, with key races for Supervisor, Town Board, and Town Justice on the ballot.

 

“Our slate represents...| read more ››

Southold Dems Happy Blue Year Party Announced

Jan
3
2019

The Southold Town Democratic Committee is delighted to announce our "Happy Blue Year" fundraiser to be held on Sunday, January 13, 2019 from 1 PM – 4 PM at Touch of Venice restaurant, 28350 Main Rd, Cutchogue, New York 11935

Join the Southold Town Democratic Committee for a Holiday Buffet Lunch. Let's toast both our accomplishments in 2018 and great things to come in 2019.

The cost of the event is $50.00 per person

Purchase tickets online or mail a check to the Southold Town Democratic Committee, PO Box 68, Cutchogue NY 11935

We hope to see you there.| read more ››

Big Long Island wins help Democrats take control of State Senate

Nov
7
2018

Democrats also campaigned to block Republican President Donald Trump’s policies on taxes, immigration, social welfare programs, civil rights and environmental protection.

Most Republicans, however, tried to walk a fine line on Trump, who is deeply unpopular in New York. New York Republicans have said they would support some of his measures, such as those that spur the economy, while distancing themselves form Trump’s heated rhetoric.

Suffolk County Executive Steven Bellone, who was dispatched statewide to show Democrats how to win in Republican areas, called Stewart-Cousins “the soon-to-be majority leader.”

“I look forward to working together to protect suburban homeowners and finally pass good-government reforms that have been stalled for far too long,” Bellone said.

Democrats controlled the Senate only twice: In 1965 until Republicans won a special election months later; and in 2008, when Democrats won 32 seats in what was then a 62-seat chamber. Republicans scored a net gain of two seats in 2010, giving them a 32-seat majority plus a conservative Democrat who allied with them. GOP rule was further solidified in 2010 when four Democrats broke away from the Democratic majority to form the Independent Democratic Conference, which allied with the Republican majority and Democratic Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo to get some progressive measures to the floor. It dissolved in April under pressure within the party.| read more ››

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