Bridget Fleming

Suffolk Legislature (2nd LD)
Bridget Fleming

A former prosecutor and Southampton Town Councilwoman, Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming has spent her career standing up for Long Island families. As an elected official, Fleming has championed tax relief, environmental protection, and was a steady presence for residents throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath. Newsday called her “one of the most active and effective lawmakers in the county.”

Prior to serving on the Southampton Town Board, Bridget worked for almost a decade as an Assistant District Attorney in the Manhattan District Attorney’s office. As a member of the Sex Crimes Prosecution Unit, she successfully fought for justice for victims of sexual assault.. She also served as Chief of a Unit devoted to attacking fraud in public programs.

Bridget went on to become Managing Attorney for pro bono programs at the New York City Bar Association, where she led programs focused on homelessness, refugees, cancer, and elder law. When 9/11 shook the nation and the city, Bridget trained volunteer lawyers to help the families of victims of the attack.

Steven Englebright

Suffolk County Legislature (5th LD)

Steve Englebright has worked to improve our quality of life on Long Island for over thirty years. In the General Assembly, Steve worked with Republicans and Democrats to fund law enforcement, cut taxes for the middle class and protect our air and water.
As our Assemblyman,
Steve looked out for Long Island by: Holding the line on taxes and fighting inflation. Steve led the fight for the gas tax holiday, held down property taxes, and cut taxes for the middle class.
Protecting our water. Steven sponsored a constitutional amendment to create a right to clean air and water, kept cancer-causing chemicals out of our drinking water, and secured $3.7 million for a National Cancer Institute.
Supporting law enforcement to keep our communities safe. Steve demanded tougher reforms to the bail law, kept guns out of the hands of dangerous individuals, and supported $500 million additional funds for law enforcement.

Elaine Turley

Suffolk Legislature (13th LD)

Elaine Turley is a Fort Salonga resident who has lived in her current home for sixteen years. She is married to William Turley and is the mother of two adult children. Elaine, 56, is an attorney with a law practice specializing in the areas of elder law, trusts and estates, estate administration and real estate transactions. Elaine’s professional experience includes work with elderly and disabled clients helping them navigate the high cost of health care and assisting clients with estate planning.

Astrid Fidelia

Suffolk Legislature (11th LD)

“I'll fight for our small local businesses, making sure we keep our Main Streets vibrant. I'll make sure our communities get their fair share and work to protect our valuable natural resources.” -Astrid Fidelia

Astrid Fidelia is a Licensed Real Estate Associate Broker at Jones Hollow Realty Group in East Islip. Prior to joining Jones Hollow, Astrid was the Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning and Marketing for Anchor Capital International. In her role, she worked to support American business, helping create a financial platform for them in international trade.

Gary Jacobs

Suffolk Legislature (12th LD)

Lifelong Suffolk County resident Gary Jacobs has declared his candidacy for the Suffolk County Legislature’s 12th Legislative District after receiving unanimous approval from the Smithtown Democratic Committee’s screening board on Tuesday, April 16. Jacobs is a businessman and has worked tirelessly to reform family law. As an individual who is Pro Long Island and someone who only recently became involved in politics, Jacobs’ non-partisan demeanor and passion for positive change will best serve the residents of the 12th Legislative District in Suffolk County.

Bill Lindsay

Suffolk Legislature (8th LD)

Bill Lindsay III was elected County Legislator of the 8th District on November 5, 2013. Bill has been a lifelong resident of the 8th Legislative District, growing up in Holbrook and graduating from Sachem High School in 1990. After earning his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from St. Josephs College in 1994 he began his career in the private sector, working for Government Employers Insurance Company.

Mark Cuthbertson

Suffolk Legislature (18th LD)
Mark Cuthbertson

Councilman Mark Cuthbertson has served on the Huntington Town Board since January 1998. Since then, Cuthbertson has kept his pledge to put politics aside and be part of a bi-partisanship government that has marked the most significant turnaround in local government on Long Island. Throughout his tenure, Cuthbertson has voted to reduce and stabilize taxes in Huntington by working with the other members of the Town Board.
Throughout his time in office, Mark Cuthbertson has focused on the area of economic development and job creation and has used his background in real estate law to attract several major projects in the Route 110 corridor including Cannon USA and Rubie’s Costumes.

William "Doc" Spencer

Suffolk Legislature (18th LD)
Legislator William "Doc" Spencer

I am running for County Legislature because I can make a difference for all of our communities. I believe that elected representatives should come from all walks of life. Today, we have too many professional politicians serving in office who are not getting the job done for our families. I believe my background as a doctor, businessman and community leader will bring a new perspective to Suffolk County government at a time when new ideas are desperately needed.