I want to thank the Democratic and Working Families voters who voted for me in early voting, by absentee ballot, or on primary day, June 22, in my race this year for Southampton Town justice. I am proud to say that I won the Democratic primary, and I will also be on the Clean Water Party line.
I am honored by your support. I am now looking forward to a busy general election campaign.
I also want to thank the Southampton Town Democratic Committee for its support, and in particular Gordon Herr, chairman, and Robin Long, my campaign manager, as well as my treasurer, Michael Koegler, my campaign coordinator, Melinda Rubin, and the many campaign volunteers who have been working hard to support my campaign this year.
I will be reaching out to as many voters as possible in the months ahead to ask for your support and your vote. I am seeking the support of all voters in Southampton Town, regardless of your political affiliation. I am committed to the Town of Southampton and to giving back to my community. I intend to be a fair and impartial Southampton Town justice if I am elected by the voters on November 2.
If elected, I will always remember the important role that the Southampton Town Justice Court has had and will continue to have in our community, and to work hard every day that I serve to be the best Southampton Town justice I can be.
If you would like to know more about my campaign, or if you would like to support my campaign as a volunteer, please visit my campaign website, adamgrossmanforsouthamptontownjustice.org. Thank you.
Adam B. Grossman
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