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Battle For New Zip Code Inches Forward In Flanders, Riverside And Northampton

My guess? It's tied to a redistricting effort (i.e., gerrymandering)." Feb 2, 17 10:25 PM

Zeldin Named NRCC's 2018 Deputy Chairman Of Finance

Make sense. He doesn't meet with constituents here so he has the time.
https://vimeo.com/203125237

Think of it this way: we pay Zeldin and his District Director Woolley $174,000 and $85,000 (FY) NOT to meet w/constituents.

" Feb 26, 17 11:15 PM

Zeldin Supports Principles Of GOP Health Care Plan

So, did Zeldin dictate this article to you? or did they write it and let you add your name? " Mar 22, 17 8:30 PM

East Hampton Democrat Turns To The Court Over Committee Elections

A look at Ms. Klopman's history as a failed candidate reveals a distressing pattern that raises serious questions about her motives and the validity of her claims. Often the simple answer is the correct one: Ms. Klopman is a poor candidate who lacks public support and seeks to fault others for her repeated losses.

1) In 2017, Ms. Klopman was a Democratic candidate for East Hampton Trustee. Her candidacy was unsuccessful.

2) In 2015, Ms. Klopman ran for the same position (Trustee) on the Working Families Party line. She lost that election as well.

3) In 2002, Ms. Klopman ran in the Amagansett school board election and lost. Then as now, she filed a petition alleging wrongdoing. Specifically, she allged that district clerk errors in processing absentee ballots affected the election outcome. Ms. Klopman sought an investigation of the election and an invalidation of the results." Her petition was denied.

4) In 1972, Ms. Klopman ran for a trusteeship in Nassau County and lost. She was beaten by Dr. Ed ward Shapiro and Leonard S. Wegman.

Shall I continue?" Apr 19, 18 8:58 PM

Race To Lead The East Hampton Democratic Party Creates A Rift

A look at Ms. Klopman's history as a failed candidate reveals a distressing pattern that raises serious questions about her motives and credibility. Often the simple answer is the correct one: Ms. Klopman is a poor candidate who lacks public support and seeks to fault others for her repeated losses. (Items below are a matter of public record.)

1) In 2017, Ms. Klopman was a Democratic candidate for East Hampton Trustee. Her candidacy was unsuccessful.

2) In 2015, Ms. Klopman ran for the same position (Trustee) on the Working Families Party line. She lost that election as well.

3) In 2002, Ms. Klopman ran in the Amagansett school board election and lost. Then as now, she filed a petition alleging wrongdoing. Specifically, she allged that district clerk errors in processing absentee ballots affected the election outcome. Ms. Klopman sought an investigation of the election and an invalidation of the results." Her petition was denied.

4) In 1972, Ms. Klopman ran for a trusteeship in Nassau County and lost. She was beaten by Dr. Ed ward Shapiro and Leonard S. Wegman.

Shall I continue?" Apr 19, 18 9:05 PM