Election 2016
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Judge Ellen Greenberg, who grew up in North Woodmwere and is a gradute of Heweltt High School, has 31 years of experience in Family Court. more
Elections in the 22nd Assembly District, in western Nassau County, tend to attract young political newcomers, and this year is no different. Valley Stream resident Robert Bogle, 24, was nominated by the Nassau County Republican Party in May to challenge incumbent Democrat Michaelle Solages for the seat. more
Republican State Sen. Kemp Hannon is facing Democratic challenger Ryan Cronin for the 6th District seat. It is not the first time that the two have met in a political race. more
Tom McKevitt, 45, of East Meadow, is running for his sixth term in the 17th Assembly District. Democrat Matthew Malin, 24, of Seaford, is challenging him for the seat. more
The Herald enthusiastically endorses Kathleen Rice for Congress. Rice, a Democrat from Garden City, has represented the 4th Congressional District since 2014, and we see no reason to replace her. more
The Herald endorses Ed Ra, a Republican from Garden City, for the seat in the State Assembly’s 19th District that he has held for the past six years. In his most recent two-year term, we have not only seen Ra make a difference in his district, but we are also hearing about it from residents of the communities he serves. more
The Herald endorses David McDonough, a Republican from North Merrick, for the 14th Assembly District seat. McDonough was first elected to the State Assembly in a special election in 2002 and was re-elected to his eighth term in 2014. more
The Herald endorses Michael Venditto, Republican senator from Massapequa, for the 8th Senate District seat. A lifelong resident of the South Shore, Venditto was first elected to the State Senate in 2014. more
Anthony D’Esposito, 34, of Island Park, is running for the Town of Hempstead’s 4th District seat he was appointed to in February, when Anthony Santino became town supervisor. Douglas Mayer, 54, … more
What was expected to be a showdown between Democrats and Republicans seeking election to the State Senate and Assembly instead turned into an opportunity for two Green Party candidates to take center stage at last week’s candidates’ forum at the Long Beach Public Library. more
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