Nearly $400,000 Spent On East Hampton Town Election - 27 East

Nearly $400,000 Spent On East Hampton Town Election

authorMichael Wright on Dec 17, 2019
The 2019 East Hampton Town election cycle cost candidates and their supporters more than $390,000, the bulk of which came from Democratic Party supporters — and from Independence Party candidate... more

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