GOP passes over Kabot; nominates Conservative Party chair - 27 East

GOP passes over Kabot; nominates Conservative Party chair

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Southampton Election '09

  • Publication: Government
  • Published on: May 20, 2009
The Southampton Town Republican Committee broke from political orthodoxy Monday night, nominating an outsider in the race for town supervisor this fall instead of incumbent Supervisor Linda Kabot. Town Republican... more

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