Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman is seeking re-election, he announced Friday.
Schneiderman, who was elected to a two-year term in 2015, is the town’s first announced candidate for November’s election.
“I know it sounds like a typical response, but there’s more work to do,” Schneiderman said Sunday about his decision to run. “I’m not done.”
Schneiderman, 55, announced his re-election bid at a fundraiser for his campaign committee at Union Cantina in Southampton.
As a member of the Independence Party, Schneiderman was endorsed by the Democratic Party in 2015. Gordon Herr, chairman of the Southampton Town Democratic Committee, said he has “no doubt that he will be re-endorsed” by Democrats after going through a screening process.
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