Joe Biden named California Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate on Tuesday, making history by selecting the first Black woman to compete on a major party’s presidential ticket and acknowledging the vital role Black voters will play in his bid to defeat President Donald Trump.| read more ››
Former Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday was on his way to adding New York delegates to his campaign for the Democratic nomination for president, but final results in several other congressional and local primaries on Long Island are likely at least a week away.| read more ››
New Yorkers looking to use absentee ballots to vote rather than going to polling places during the COVID-19 outbreak need only fill out an application for a mail-in ballot, according to the state Board of Elections.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s executive order temporarily suspends a portion of state election law. The order will allow voters to apply for absentee ballots because voting in person could make them susceptible to contracting the virus.
A voter must check the box on the existing application for “temporary illness or physical disability,” but will not be required to appear before election officials to obtain an absentee ballot.| read more ››
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signed an executive order Saturday temporarily modifying election procedures to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Under the new order, the candidate petitioning process will be suspended effective 5 p.m. Tuesday for the June primaries for congressional, state senate, state assembly and judicial races.
In addition, the signature requirements for ballot access will also be modified under the new order. Candidates now only need to collect 30 percent of the statutory threshold. This means that congressional candidates need only 375 signatures rather than 1,250. Meanwhile, State Senate candidates need 300 signatures rather than 1,000, and State Assembly candidates require 150 signatures instead of the normally-required 500.| read more ››
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 ››