UPDATE: Zeldin Claims Victory, Says 'Powerful Message' Was Sent In 1st District Race; Throne-Holst Concedes - 27 East

UPDATE: Zeldin Claims Victory, Says ‘Powerful Message’ Was Sent In 1st District Race; Throne-Holst Concedes

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The site of The Hills in East Quogue.  DANA SHAW

The site of The Hills in East Quogue. DANA SHAW

First Congressional District Democratic candidate Anna Throne-Holst heads into the Community Bible Church of Sag Harbor with her sons Max and Sebastian to cast her vote on Election Day.  DANA SHAW

First Congressional District Democratic candidate Anna Throne-Holst heads into the Community Bible Church of Sag Harbor with her sons Max and Sebastian to cast her vote on Election Day. DANA SHAW

From left: Valedictorian Erik Morastitla, Class President Alexandra Macholz, and Salutatorian Nicholas Kolb graduated on Saturday afternoon. AMANDA BERNOCCO

From left: Valedictorian Erik Morastitla, Class President Alexandra Macholz, and Salutatorian Nicholas Kolb graduated on Saturday afternoon. AMANDA BERNOCCO

Peter Moore of Pawlet, Vermont is restoring a cooking oven from the 1700s. AMANDA BERNOCCO

Peter Moore of Pawlet, Vermont is restoring a cooking oven from the 1700s. AMANDA BERNOCCO

Mom's lean cuisine shredded carrot salad. JANEEN SARLIN

Mom's lean cuisine shredded carrot salad. JANEEN SARLIN

Zachary Cohen screened with the East Hampton Independence Party for supervisor last week. By Rohma Abbas

Zachary Cohen screened with the East Hampton Independence Party for supervisor last week. By Rohma Abbas

Students at Southampton Intermediate School are wearing hoodies in support of Trayvon Martin. DANA SHAW

Students at Southampton Intermediate School are wearing hoodies in support of Trayvon Martin. DANA SHAW

author on Nov 8, 2016
UPDATE: 11 p.m. Anna Throne-Holst delivered her concession speech at 11 p.m. in Hauppauge. She said her congressional campaign was a “privilege of a lifetime.” “I know none of us... more

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