Amos Goodman Of Springs Announces Run For Suffolk Legislature - 27 East

Amos Goodman Of Springs Announces Run For Suffolk Legislature

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author on Feb 8, 2015
Although Suffolk County Republicans are not expected to hold their nominating convention until May, Amos Goodman, a financial consultant from Springs, has emerged as a likely choice to run for... more

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