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East Hampton Election '09

  • Publication: East Hampton Press
  • Published on: Oct 14, 2009
The campaign for East Hampton Town Board got a little uglier this week, after the East Hampton Town Democratic Committee’s Campaign 2009 ran a quarter-page ad in this week’s East... more

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Candidates for town office are concerned about noise at the East Hampton Airport, but have ... by Beth Young

East Hampton Town union sits out supervisor endorsement

After a nearly four hour meeting with the candidates for East Hampton Town Board and ... by Beth Young

East Hampton Town candidates focus on the issues

From one end of town to the other, in pouring rain and on cold, dark ... 20 Oct 2009 by Beth Young

Campaign Diary: Next week boasts a full crop of debates

The upcoming week boasts a plethora of candidate forums and debates, giving residents from Wainscott ... 13 Oct 2009 by Beth Young

East Hampton GOP candidates win critical endorsements

The Republican candidates for East Hampton Town Board scored three key endorsements this week. State ... 6 Oct 2009 by Beth Young

East Hampton Town’s union will wait on endorsements

Despite Democratic Town Supervisor candidate Ben Zwirn’s endorsement by the Long Island Federation of Labor, ... 29 Sep 2009 by Beth Young

East Hampton GOP announces financial action plan

A new financial action plan for East Hampton unveiled by the Republican slate of candidates ... by Beth Young

Zwirn takes leave of absence for campaign

The Democratic candidate for East Hampton Town supervisor, Ben Zwirn, has taken a leave of ... 22 Sep 2009 by Beth Young

Both camps hit the ground in East Hampton race

The post-Labor Day rush to the November 3 election is on, and East Hampton Town ... 15 Sep 2009 by Beth Young

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