Levy switches parties, announces run for governor - 27 East

Levy switches parties, announces run for governor

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author on Mar 23, 2010
After weeks of speculation, Suffolk County Executive Steve Levy announced on Friday that he was switching his political affiliation to the Republican Party and would be seeking the GOP nomination... more

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