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2021 Elections

Suffolk County

Suffolk Legislature (1st LD)

Al Krupski

In addition to serving the residents of Suffolk County in the Legislature since he was first elected in 2013, Al and his wife Mary run Krupski’s Pumpkin Farm, welcoming the sixth generation of family farmers with the birth of three grandchildren over the last few years. Prior to his tenure with the county, Al served on Southold Town Trustees and the Southold Town Board. In his 36 years of public service, Al has established a strong record of environmental protection, and he continues to work across party lines to preserve the East End for future generations. Born and raised on the North Fork, Al received a BS in Plant Science from the University of Delaware, and after graduation, came home and worked on the family farm, eventually, taking it over. Al has a long history of public service, first being elected to the Southold Town Board of Trustees in 1985. He served for 20 years, the last 14 of which as Trustee President. During his tenure as president, he saw that the overdevelopment of Southold’s shoreline had adverse effects on the environment and quality of life, so he successfully spearheaded the effort to rewrite the town’s 30-year-old Wetlands Code, affording the Town better environmental and legal protection. read more »

Suffolk Legislature (2nd LD)

Bridget Fleming

Bridget was first voted into public office when she was elected to the Southampton Town Board in a Special Election in March 2010 and won reelection in 2011 for a four-year term. On the Town Board, Bridget kept good jobs on the East End by sponsoring a law that requires utility companies to remove dangerous and unsightly utility poles. She worked to create and enhance economic opportunities throughout the town, promoting youth training in sustainable building trades and fresh produce retailing. She was a champion for landmark legislation to protect working farms, and real action on much-needed affordable housing development. In 2009, Bridget received Sustainable Long Island’s “Getting it Done Award” for her success in establishing a youth-run farmer’s market in a neighborhood that otherwise had no access to fresh produce. read more »

Suffolk Legislature (3rd LD)

Kate Browning

Kate served as a Suffolk County Legislator representing the 3rd district where she fought for Suffolk County’s working families. She successfully controlled spending and held the line on taxes, cracked down on illegal housing and made protecting our precious environment a focus. Before taking office, Kate worked as a school bus driver for the William Floyd School District in order to make ends meet and have the same hours as her children while they attended school. She and her husband, Steve, are the proud parents of Aoife, Sean, and Aodhan and their three grandchildren.  read more »

Suffolk Legislature (4th LD)

“As a mother and school board trustee, I have focused my life on ensuring the wellbeing of my children and the children of our community. I understand families are facing unprecedented challenges and can not afford bearing the burden of governmental mismanagement. Our district needs a representative that will be their voice to protect families from higher taxes and less services. I believe that with me working for the families of our community, brighter days are ahead.” read more »

Suffolk Legislature (5th LD)

Kara Hahn

Most people learn their first civics lesson while sitting in a classroom, but Kara Hahn first remembers serving the public while riding in the back of pickup truck with her dad after Hurricane Gloria ravaged Long Island back in 1985. As a volunteer firefighter, Ron Gerry showed Kara and her brother Kevin and sister Kristin what it means to make a difference in people’s lives. For days, they worked side-by-side with other community members to clear downed trees from the roadways. And, as she drives these same roadways now with her daughters Karina and Hope, Kara continues to be inspired by those early lessons and seeks to instill that same sense of civic responsibility in her children. read more »

Suffolk Legislature (6th LD)

Sarah Anker

County Legislator Sarah Anker was elected to serve the people of Suffolk County's 6th Legislative District in a special election on March 29, 2011 and subsequently re-elected in November of that same year. Prior to joining the legislature, she was a longtime community leader, public servant and working mom with a track record of standing up for the community and getting results. Sarah lives in Mt. Sinai with her three children. read more »

Suffolk Legislature (7th LD)

Rob Calarco

Rob grew up as one of five children in Auburn, a small city in upstate New York. The middle son of a first-generation Italian-American employed as a firefighter and a mom who helped support her family as a seamstress, Rob watched his family struggle to make ends meet and contributed to the household with whatever small jobs he could obtain. He learned early the values of hard work and respect for all people.  read more »

Suffolk Legislature (9th LD)

Sam Gonzalez

Samuel Gonzalez Jr, born in Brooklyn New York, has spent his career as a labor advocate representing workers across New York State. With more than 32 years of experience in the labor movement, Mr. Gonzalez has proven to be an exceptional leader; dedicated to charting a new course for the labor movement in New York City and beyond.  read more »

Suffolk Legislature (10th LD)

Carla Simpson

My name is Carla Simpson. I am a PTA mom, community leader and a longtime resident of Suffolk’s 10th Legislative District. Over 30 years ago, my family left Brooklyn to raise me and my three siblings in Hauppauge, given their value of the suburban environment. My parents and grandmother encouraged me to work hard in school. Thanks to their help and my determination, I was able to graduate from Hauppauge High School at the top of my class and attend Dartmouth College, the first in my family to pursue a college education. I then went on to successfully complete the MBA program at Columbia University, an endeavor I undertook all while pregnant with my daughter, Ava. Even while sitting in the lecture halls of some of our country’s most prestigious universities, I never doubted I’d return home to raise my family in this district. Dense urban areas can be fun places to work, play, and, for some, live, but I’ve always valued our suburban way of life and knew it was the best place for my family. In running for Suffolk County Legislature, one of my core priorities will be to make sure that our suburban lifestyle is preserved and that our landscapes will not be destroyed by overdevelopment. read more »

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. read more »

Suffolk Legislature (12th LD)

Michael Siderakis

For 28 years, I had the honor of serving the people of the State of New York as a State Trooper, adhering to the State Police vision “To serve, protect and defend the people while preserving the rights and dignity of all”. My wife Sandra and I have been married for 25 years. We raised our three children here in Nesconset on Long Island. Family has always been the most important value to us; but we have work to do to make this a great place to raise future generations.  read more »

Suffolk Legislature (15th LD)

Jason Richberg

A native of Long Island, Jason Andrew Richberg currently serves as Suffolk County Legislator for the 15th LD. An advisor to former Suffolk County Legislator and Presiding Officer DuWayne Gregory, Richberg began his career in government in in 2010, when he was named Chief of Staff to Legislator Gregory. In 2014, when Gregory was elected Presiding Officer, Jason was appointed Chief Deputy Clerk of the Legislature, serving for one year before being named Clerk of the Legislature. Richberg’s years in government are rich with experience, starting in 2010 when he created Gregory’s Youth Leadership Caucus to mentor young adults from the community who volunteer their time on local service projects. read more »

Suffolk Legislature (16th LD)

Susan Berland

Susan A. Berland was elected to the Suffolk County Legislature, 16th Legislative District on November 7, 2017 and took her oath of office on January 2, 2018. The 16th Legislative District encompasses the areas of Brentwood, Commack, Deer Park, Dix Hills, East Northport, Elwood, Melville, North Bay Shore and South Huntington. Susan was named Chair of the Veterans Committee, Vice Chair of the Economic Development, Planning & Housing Committee, Vice Chair of the Ways & Means Committee and a Member of the Budget & Finance; Government Operations, Personnel, IT & Diversity; Fire Rescue, EMS & Emergency Preparedness; Education & Labor; Public Safety; and the Public Works, Transportation & Energy Committees. In November, 2020, Susan was selected to serve as the Legislature’s Majority Leader by her colleagues in the Democratic Caucus. read more »

Suffolk Legislature (17th LD)

Councilman Tom Donnelly is a life long resident of the hamlet of Deer Park. A 1984 Graduate of Deer Park High School Councilman Donnelly holds an Associates Degree from Suffolk County Community college and a Bachelor of Science Degree from Saint Joseph’s College Brooklyn NY. read more »

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.  read more »

Suffolk County Family Court Judge

Suffolk County Court Judge

Suffolk Executive Branch

Suffolk County Sheriff

Sheriff Errol Toulon

With 30 years of law enforcement experience, I’ve learned that succeeding as Sheriff requires putting politics aside and getting the job done—that’s why I’ve earned the endorsement of the Suffolk County Law Enforcement Coalition. Those 30 years of experience mean I’ve served long enough to see what works and what doesn’t. I spent 25 years working on Rikers Island in roles ranging from correction officer to deputy commissioner. I specialized in training thousands of officers in the latest gang prevention techniques. As your Sheriff, I have, and will continue to, crack down on violent gangs, like MS-13, to keep gang members behind bars and off our streets. read more »

Suffolk County District Attorney

Tim Sini is running for Suffolk County District Attorney to restore integrity to the office and make Suffolk County a safer place to live, work and raise a family. He currently serves as the Suffolk County Police Commissioner. Following a scandal that ended in the federal prosecution of the former Chief of Department, Tim was appointed to this position in January of 2016. Previously, he served as Suffolk’s Deputy County Executive for Public Safety. read more »


Babylon Town Supervisor

Rich Schaffer is a Democrat who is seeking re-election as Babylon Town Supervisor. After being elected to the County Legislature in 1987, Schaffer initially served as Town Supervisor from 1992 to 2001. Following the election of Supervisor Steve Bellone to the position of County Executive, Schaffer was appointed Supervisor in January 2012 and won a special election that November to fill the remainder of the term. read more »

Babylon Town Council

Antonio Martinez is a Democrat who is seeking re-election as Babylon Town Councilman. After a career as a community organizer and then as a union organizer with the Empire State Regional Council of Carpenters, Martinez was appointed to the Town Board in 2008 and was elected to a full-term in 2009. As a member of the Town Board, Martinez serves as the liason to the Department of Parks and Recreation as well as to the Babylon Industrial Development Agency. He also serves as the Town's Deputy Supervisor.  read more »

Babylon Town Council

Anthony Manetta

Anthony Manetta took office as Town Councilman January 1st, 2018. Councilman Manetta is the Chairman of the Town of Babylon Small Business Committee. The Committee was formed by Town Board Resolution with a focus to promote small business across the Town and foster collaboration. Councilman Manetta has consistently said that the Town of Babylon’s small businesses are the backbone of our local economy. He has driven key small business initiatives during his time in office by securing partnerships with National, State and Regional business groups. These include the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Small Business Development Center at Farmingdale College. The Councilman has launched multiple seminars for business owners on topics such as “Access to Capital” providing resources on obtaining grants and loans to support a company’s growth.  read more »

District Court Judge

F. Scott Carrigan

Scott Carrigan is a private practitioner with extensive experience in the areas of criminal law and personal injury. In 1989 Mr. Carrigan was hired as an assistant District Attorney in the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office, handling all phases of criminal investigation and prosecution. In 1993 he became a criminal defense attorney and over the decades has handled all forms of criminal and personal injury cases (construction accidents, motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, and wrongful deaths), in both the State and Federal Courts, on Long Island and New York City. read more »


Brookhaven Town Clerk

Ira Costell has been a resident of the Three Village-Port Jefferson Station area for more than 50 years. A graduate of Suffolk County Community College, Ira graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from C.W. Post College. He also holds a master’s degree in Environmental Planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Ira is the father of two daughters who attended Comsewogue High School. Ira has a record of region-wide leadership in the fields of environ- mental conservation and preservation. He served as Chair of the Suffolk County Pine Barrens Review Commission. He was also New York State Commissioner of the Long Island North Shore Heritage Area Planning Commission. read more »

East Hampton

East Hampton Town Supervisor

Peter Van Scoyoc

I want to do what I can to ensure that future generations will continue to enjoy the beauty and bounty of our surroundings and experience the care and support that our small town community offers. As a business owner, I understand the need to support local business while balancing the needs of the community and environment. read more »

East Hampton Town Council

Cate Rogers

East Hampton Town Council

Kathee believes that the job of a Town Board member is to enable the community to achieve its goals, by getting the facts and building consensus. Since taking office in January 2014, she has strongly encouraged public participation to help fashion policy. read more »

East Hampton Highway Superintendent

I was born and raised in East Hampton and I am the son of Robert and Loretta Lynch. I went to E.H.H.S. and graduated in 1978. I married my wife Regina in 1983 and we raised our 3 boys Stephen, Jimmy and Kyle. We are members of Saint Luke’s Church where my wife has taught Sunday School for over 20 years.  read more »

East Hampton Town Clerk

I was born and raised in the Village of Sag Harbor. I am one of six children born to Everett and June Diederiks. I attended Pierson School. I married my husband Joseph Brennan in 1972 and remained married for 43 years until his death. We have two children, Rachael Brennan Lucyk and Matthew Brennan. Rachael lives in Sag Harbor along with her husband Edward and children Patrick and Chloe, and owns RML Bookkeeping Services. Matthew lives in Springs along with his twin daughters Madison and Mariann, and owns and operates Brennan Motorsports, LLC.  read more »

East Hampton Town Justice

My family and I have lived in East Hampton for over 30 years. My wife, Stephanie, and I have raised our 2 children here, and both Alexander and Kylie have returned here to live, after going away to college. Alexander has his own landscaping business (and with his wife, Nicole, gave us the gift a granddaughter – Piper!) and Kylie teaches the 3rd grade bilingual education class at John Marshall Elementary School. I have been committed to public service for as long as I have lived here. I am most proud to be a long time active member of the East Hampton Fire Department, having served as Chief of the Department for 2 terms. I was an appointed member of the East Hampton Town Board of Assessment Review for several years. I coached Little League for 10 years. As an attorney, I have provided pro bono representation to a number of not for profit organizations – Citizens for Access Rights (CFAR), East Hampton Sportsmen’s Alliance, Pediatric Dental Fund and other groups and individuals.  read more »

East Hampton Town Assessor

As East Hampton Town Assessor, Eugene has consistently produced a balanced assessment roll on an annual basis in coordination with the other members of the Board of Assessors during the last eleven plus years in office. He excels in his daily interaction with the public to discuss assessment concerns, assessment reduction procedures and exemption questions. He has prepared thousands of Valuation Reports for Small Claims Assessment Review and assists other Town Department Heads and staff with assessment related information and documents. Eugene also met with the Town Supervisor to establish annual office operating budget. read more »

East Hampton Town Trustee

Bill Taylor

Bill has a great knowledge of East Hampton’s harbors and beaches and a record of getting things done. He was hired as East Hampton’s first Senior Harbormas-ter in 1989 and promoted to Waterways Management Supervisor in 2000. Bill was deeply involved in the creation of the Local Waterfront Revitalization Plan, the local federally designated “No Discharge Zone”, and our longstanding beach driving regulations.  read more »

East Hampton Town Trustee

Francis is a life-long resident of East Hampton residing in Springs with his wife Barbara to whom he has been married for over 30 years. Barbara is employed in the East Hampton schools. Francis has been an active member of the community serving the East Hampton Fire Department for the past 25 years. read more »

East Hampton Town Trustee

John Aldred was elected Town Trustee in 2017. For the past 46 years he has worked largely on and around the water as: John graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 1971 with a degree in Zoology. After having returned from Peace Corps service in India, he settled in East Hampton, where he and his wife Gale raised two boys. read more »

East Hampton Town Trustee

Ben Dollinger

Ben was born and raised in East Hampton, and now lives in Montauk with his wife Leah and their two young children. After graduating East Hampton High School and Green Mountain College, with a degree in environmental studies, Ben worked for many years in his father’s construction business. Now Ben is an insurance agent at the local firm, Amaden Gay Agencies. He also serves as an elected East Hampton Democratic Committee member.  read more »

East Hampton Town Trustee

Mike Martinsen

Mike Martinsen is an oyster farmer and fisherman by trade, and a surfer, diver and nature enthusiast at heart. He is a founding partner of the Montauk Shellfish Company Inc. and now owner of the Montauk Pearl Oyster Farm.  read more »

East Hampton Town Trustee

Jim Craig Grimes

Jim Grimes is a fourth-generation resident of Montauk, raising a fifth generation, his three children, with his wife. In 1978 he established James C. Grimes Land Design Inc., a landscape design firm, specializing in re-establishment of local plant communities as well as owning Fort Pond Native Plants Inc. read more »

East Hampton Town Trustee

Susan has spent most of her life on the East End, moving to East Hampton almost 40 years ago with her husband to make East Hampton a home and raise their son. Susan acquired an active relationship with and knowledge of the outdoors and environmental concerns having spent summers in Maine as a youth.  read more »

East Hampton Town Trustee

East Hampton Town Trustee

Tim Garneau

Tim has been an East Hampton resident since 2001 residing in the Northwest Woods with his wife, Courtney and three kids: Henry, Burton and Lola — all in East Hampton Public Schools. Tim and his family volunteer at Ditch Plains for AWOW (A Walk on Water) surf therapy for children and adults with special needs.  read more »


Huntington Town Supervisor

A deeply devoted community leader, Rebecca worked for County Executive Bellone, playing a leading role in the Superstorm Sandy relief and recovery effort. Today, she’s the President/CEO of the Health and Welfare Council of Long Island (HWCLI) where she manages a nonprofit business which works for everyday Long Islanders to get the help they need, including feeding thousands of our neighbors, providing resources for hundreds of families, and assisting small businesses all across our region. Rebecca is always putting people first, and that’s what she will do in Town Hall. read more »

Huntington Town Council

Joe Schramm

Joe Schramm is an active, committed community leader and an experienced, marketing business owner who will bring budget management expertise, people skills and friendly energy to Huntington Town Hall. Schramm believes homeowners are the key investors in the Town. For nearly 30 years, Schramm’s business clients have trusted him with their money, and he is determined to protect the financial investment of homeowners with the same careful attention. read more »

Huntington Town Council

Jennifer Hebert

My name is Jen Hebert and I was born and raised on Long Island. My parents were raised in the city - my Dad is from the Bronx and my Mom grew up in Corona, Queens. When they finally saved enough money to move to East Williston, they truly felt they had made it. They created a home for myself and my two brothers where we were taught to value education, respect diversity of all kinds, and offer service to others in our community whenever possible. I met my husband, Jamie, when I was a freshman at Tufts University in Massachusetts. We completed both our undergraduate and graduate degrees while there. He graduated with a Masters in Engineering and I graduated with a Masters in Early Childhood Education. We both got jobs right out of school and for the next five years, I taught Kindergarten in a public school in a suburb of Boston.  read more »

Huntington Town Highway Superintendent

Kevin is a 3rd generation life-long resident of Huntington, he was born in Huntington Hospital and is a graduate of Huntington High School. He is a successful business owner for over 30 years and a member in good standing of the Operating Engineers Union, Local 138, for over 40 years. His expansive knowledge in the site development industry mirrors the responsibilities of the Highway Department. Kevin has over 45 years of commercial experience working in the construction industry specializing in excavation, storm water drainage, sanitary systems, water main installation, roadwork and snow plowing. He is a seasoned contract negotiator and project manager working with labor unions, trades, contractors, engineers & architects. This experience guarantees an efficient and economical operation of the Town of Huntington’s Highway Department. With a deep-rooted passion for the Town he loves, Kevin is a natural choice for the Town of Huntington’s Highway Superintendent. Kevin is married to his wife Nancy for 41 years, they raised 3 sons and are the proud grandparents of 2 beautiful granddaughters. read more »


Islip Receiver of Taxes

Donovan Curry

Donovan Currey was born on the island of Jamaica, but he dreamed of becoming an American citizen. After studying business at the University of Jamaica, he joined the Jamaican government, but his dream persisted. So, in 1988, he and his wife Viva came to the United States. Currey worked hard and in 1995 became a citizen. read more »

Islip Town Council District 1

Jorge Guadron

After nearly 30 years in the United States, Jorge Guadron’s personal story represents the essence of the American Dream. Born in El Salvador, Guadron came to the United States as a teenager in 1980 fleeing political violence with his mother and siblings following his father’s death. He became an American citizen in 1995 and married his wife Irma the following year. He is the proud father of five and grandfather of eight children. read more »

Islip Town Council District 2

Darrin Green

Both a Queens and Long Island native, Darrin Green’s background more than exemplifies the true definition of public service. As a law enforcement professional with over 20 years of diverse experience within the Nassau County Sheriff’s Department, Darrin has a proven track record in identifying positive opportunities and implementing programs fostering community outreach and improving officer and civilian relations. A tireless community organizer, Darrin is heavily involved in working in the local neighborhoods to rebuild the core values of family and integrity. Darrin is a mentor for boys, girls, young men and adult men. Most recently, he received the 2017 Grand Marshal & Leadership Award for the 24th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Parade presented by Village of Hempstead & United People Organization, Inc. read more »


Riverhead Town Supervisor

Catherine Kent

Catherine Kent is a lifelong resident of Riverhead and the mother of three. After graduating from Riverhead High School, she earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education from Central Methodist University and then obtained a Master of Liberal Arts Degree from Stony Brook University. Catherine Kent recently retired from a 31-year teaching career in Riverhead Schools. Catherine chose to raise her family in Riverhead because she believes that with our diverse, hard-working community and beautiful waterways and farm fields, Riverhead is a wonderful place to call home. read more »

Riverhead Town Superintendent of Highways

JR is a long time resident of Riverhead. He has served four years in the Navy on three different aircraft carriers. He is a 30 year plus member of the Riverhead Fire Department and currently serving as 2nd Assistant Chief. In 2016 he was Fireman of the Year after rescuing a man from a fire. JR has been a town employee, first starting with the Water District, and currently with the Highway Department. He lives with his family in Aquebogue.  read more »

Riverhead Town Council

Evelyn Hobson

YOUR HOMETOWN CANDIDATE: • Riverhead High School Graduate • United States Army Veteran • Riverhead Central School District Employee (1989-97) • Riverhead Nursing Home Nurses Aide (1989-93) • Riverhead Police Department (1993-present) First African American Female Officer First Female & First African American appointed to the rank of Detective • Town of Riverhead employed 28 years in Law Enforcement WE NEED A VOICE THAT’S FROM THE TOWN, THAT KNOWS THE TOWN, & WILLING TO LISTEN TO THE TOWN! IT’S TIME TO GIVE RIVERHEAD BACK TO RIVERHEADIANS! read more »

Riverhead Town Council

Juan Miceli-Martinez is a life-long, East End resident, who owns a home in Downtown Riverhead. His parents were hard-working; Mom a union factory worker at Trutech and Dad, a postal worker both in Riverhead. Juan attended SUNY Binghamton earning a Bachelor of Science degree with a double major in Biology and Psychology. During senior year, he developed a love and interest in wine. This curiosity would be the seed that would start his twenty-year craft beverage journey.  read more »

Riverhead Town Assessor

Tara Taylor is a homemaker with 2 sons; Tyr’k and Edwin 22 & 17 respectively her youngest being a Senior in Riverhead High School. She has been affiliated with Riverhead town for over 2 decades. She obtained her Associate of Science degree in Accounting from Suffolk Community College, Riverhead, New York. Then having decided to continue her education transferred to St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue, New York acquiring a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Master of Business Administration degree with a concentration in Accounting. She is detail oriented, has good organizational/time management skills, and can work well independently or within a group setting. Those abilities combined with her educational achievements are all essential components needed for Ms. Taylor to perform the job of Town Assessor effectively and efficiently.  read more »

Riverhead Town Assessor

Ellen Hoil

Ellen Hoil moved from her childhood home in Smithtown to Riverhead over 20 years ago and has established herself as a dedicated community member. Ellen attended undergraduate and graduate school on Long Island, culminating in earning her law degree from Touro College. She is a former union member, a respected author, and a firm believer in the ethical and professional requirements of being an attorney.  read more »

Shelter Island

Shelter Island Town Supervisor

Gerard Siller

Gerry Siller served two very productive terms as Shelter Island Town Supervisor and is a successful local businessman. In Gerry’s own words, “It’s been 18 years since I was in office. I believe the time is right for me to get back involved with the Town again. We’re still talking about some of the same issues we were back then (water quality, deer management, housing), as well as some new ones (short term rentals, infrastructure). While in office, I was able to work with the Town Board to address issues and act on them. I was in a position to lead and get things done, and we did. The time to address the issues at hand is now and I believe I am the right person to lead the Town Board and get things done.” read more »

Shelter Island Superintendent of Highways

Brian Sherman

Brian Sherman, candidate for Shelter Island Highway Superintendent brings years of experience to the position. Currently a Foreman at the Highway Department/Transfer Station he has served the public since 1989. He has 30 years of experience that includes the capping and closing of the landfill and he worked building the new highway building. He runs the Hazmat program and the scale house program and has experience with accounts receivable and billing. He assisted Highway Superintendent Jay Card with their Green Day annual educational presentation in addition to numerous tasks. Mr. Sherman has extensive knowledge of equipment, scheduling, negotiations of recyclables and budgeting. A lifelong Islander, he looks forward to his new role. read more »

Shelter Island Town Clerk

Kristina Martin-Majdisova, candidate for the Town Clerk is currently a Clerk to the Zoning and Planning Board, as well as Clerk to the Waterways Management and Water Advisory Committee. She was also appointed as a legal aid for the Town Attorney and the Media Department personnel. Computer savvy, she was a key employee to kick off the digital filing system and handles the technical aspect of all Town Board meetings. Her managerial capabilities prove that she is the right person to bring in progress and improvements to the Town Clerk’s Office, simplify and streamline the complicated bureaucracy processes.  read more »

Shelter Island Council

A problem solver and solution provider, Brett is constantly looking for and devising new creative ways to address needs throughout Shelter Island. He’s a former VP of commercial banking at a global bank, and is currently the president of the Shelter Island Fireworks, the co-founder of the Shelter Island Action Alliance and a coach for SI Little League. He has served as treasurer to the Island Gift of Life Foundation and on the Chamber of Commerce and Shelter Island Preschool boards. Brett grew up on Shelter Island, graduated from Shelter Island School and lives on Shelter Island with his wife Kelly, and his 2 children, Jackson and Piper. “Shelter Island is at its best when we come together and fight for our shared interests”  read more »

Shelter Island Town Assessor


Smithtown Supervisor

Smithtown Council

Dylan Rice

I was born in West Islip, lived in Nesconset for a year, then moved to Smithtown where I have lived ever since. I was raised in an Irish Catholic household with two wonderful parents, one older brother, and one younger sister. My family came from humble backgrounds and my parents faced many hardships growing up on Long Island. Though unfortunate, I also consider myself blessed for this, as it has been instrumental in shaping my beliefs and core convictions as a man. I attended school within the Hauppauge School District, starting at Forest Brook Elementary and ending at Hauppauge High School. I then went on to attend SUNY Purchase, but returned home to attend Suffolk County Community College. After a year at Suffolk I then transferred to the SUNY Fashion Institute of Technology, where I am pursuing my Bachelors Degree in "Advertising and Marketing Communications" with a minor in International Politics and Economics.  read more »

Smithtown Council


Southampton Town Supervisor

 Jay Schneiderman

Jay Schneiderman is in his third two-year term in the elected office of Supervisor of the Town of Southampton. The Supervisor is both the chief fiscal and chief operating officer for the town and its 60,000 residents. The Supervisor prepares all the budgets for the town and serves as chairperson of the five-member Town Board. Supervisor Schneiderman’s public service includes six terms as Suffolk County Legislator for the 2nd District from 2004-2015 where he also served as Deputy Presiding Officer. Supervisor Schneiderman also served as East Hampton Town Supervisor from 2000-2003. Supervisor Schneiderman additionally serves as Chairman of the East End Supervisors and Mayors Association. Supervisor Schneiderman is distinguished for his exemplary record on environmental issues, social policy, fiscal management and public safety protection.  read more »

Southampton Town Council

Robin Long

I have always believed in public service and am grateful that the beginning of my career afforded me invaluable training in the workings of government on the community, city and state level. As a member of the Southampton Planning Board for the last five years, I have carefully weighed the delicate balance between development and environment, economy and community. When I sat as Chair of the Suffolk County Board of Ethics, I lead the way in ethics in government. As a owner of a local real estate law firm, I am living the demands and challenges facing our business community. Working with clients from throughout Southampton Township, I have gained valuable insight into the commonalities and differences within our hamlets and villages.  read more »

Southampton Town Council

Tommy John Schiavoni

Tommy John Schiavoni is a husband, father, retired teacher of 32 years and member of the Southampton Town Board. For three generations, his family operated a local plumbing and heating business in Sag Harbor where he began working at the age of twelve learning valuable skills in the trades. Growing up on construction sites with master tradesmen in all areas of building gave Tommy John knowledge and experience that to this day fuels his desire to find pragmatic solutions to problems, mechanical and otherwise. read more »

Southampton Town Highway Superintendent

Tom Neely

Traffic expert Tom Neely was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pa. After attending college in Ohio and working for several years in New York City and Boston, he moved to the South Fork in 1987. From 1987 to 2004, Tom was a Vice President at Hampton Jitney, a multi-faceted transportation company serving Long Island, New York City, and markets all along the east coast. While working at the Jitney, Tom served as President of the Southampton Chamber of Commerce and on the Sag Harbor Chamber Board; was appointed by the Town Board to the Southampton Town Comprehensive Plan Committee, Transportation Advisory Task Force; and Town Business Advisory Council. During his free time he coached his sons in soccer and Little League in Sag Harbor. read more »

Southampton Town Trustee

Bill Pell

I grew up on the east end of Long Island, and I’ve been a resident of Southampton Town for more than 40 years. Since 2009, I’ve had the privilege to be a Southampton Town Trustee and enjoy working locally and being on the water. My younger years were spent in the seafood industry at Pell’s Fish Market and then Pell’s Dock. I dabbled in oyster farming too. I also manage local properties and geese control with my dog Hank. My favorite pastime is fishing, boating and enjoying the local waterways. read more »

Southampton Town Trustee

Ann Welker

A native of the East End, Ann has spent her life on ,or in , the waters of Southampton Town. Protection and preservation of the water quality of our bays , ponds and ocean are the preeminent priority for Ann and what led her to serve on the Southampton Town Board of Trustees. Each member of the Board of Trustees has a geographic area of the Town that they are responsible for, Ann’s area is the eastern section of the town, encompassing the hamlets of Water Mill, Bridgehampton, Noyac, Sag Harbor and Sagaponack. Mecox Bay, Sagaponack Pond and the coastal ponds found in the Long Pond Greenbelt are some of the many water bodies found in these hamlets. Acting as a steward of the waterways, protecting beach access, and preserving the maritime traditions of this wonderful place we call home make serving as a Southampton Town Trustee an important role for Ann , especially as our community faces threats from climate change, sea level rise and continued growth. read more »

Southampton Town Trustee

Will Peckham

Oyster farmer Will Peckham is a North Sea resident, commercial shellfish farmer and President of West Robins Oyster Company. Will moved to Southampton in 2016 and started a local farm with the mission of improving its community through water-quality enhancement while providing consumers with high quality locally-grown shellfish. Today, the company employs four and distributes shellfish to the public and restaurants on the East End and in Manhattan. Will grew up on the water, fishing, diving and boating in tight-knit communities in Maine and Florida and understands the benefits of local governance of our crucial waterways. From 2014-2016, Mr. Peckham worked in New York on behalf of companies conducting early-stage healthcare research, helping them to secure funds and position their products in clinical trials to bring new treatments to patients. He graduated from Middlebury College (VT) with a B.A. in Economics, summa cum laude, in 2014. read more »

Southampton Town Trustee

Martha Reichert

Martha Reichert is a Hampton Bays resident who has spent her much of her life on or in the water. She grew up in Montauk as part of a boat building and marina owning family, where she gained valuable knowledge of the needs of a waterfront community. An ardent environmentalist since her youth and an avid waterperson, Martha is deeply committed to the development of sustainable practices and policies for the Trustees that will balance the needs of our local maritime traditions with countering the effects of sea level rise, climate change, and other interconnected threats to water quality, such as harmful algal blooms, pollution and surface water runoff, and eutrophication. You can find her in her free time with her family, hiking, fishing, clamming, paddle boarding, snorkeling, and generally exploring the natural beauty of the Town of Southampton. She is also fluent in Spanish. read more »

Southampton Town Trustee

Andy Brosnan

As an environmental advocate and waterman, I have always had a keen awareness of the need to preserve and protect our natural resources. I have spent my entire career striving to understand our marine environment and find practical solutions to create a sustainable, balanced ecosystem. I grew up on the water — sailing, surfing, water-skiing, fishing. Some of my earliest memories are of my father teaching me to swim, fish and operate boats. My love of the water took me to South Florida, where I received a Master of Public Administration, and raced sailboats for fun. I became a grant writer for the City of Miami Beach and was involved in the renovation of the city’s popular Art Deco District.  read more »

Southampton Town Justice

Adam Grossman

Adam Grossman was raised in Sag Harbor, and currently lives in Hampton Bays, where he has owned his home for 20 years. He is an attorney who has practiced law for 28 years. He is a 1983 graduate of Pierson High School in Sag Harbor, a 1987 graduate of Dowling College in Oakdale, and a 1991 graduate of Pace University School of Law in White Plains. He has a solo law practice located at 120 Court Street, Riverhead, and has been a practicing attorney throughout his career, specializing in real estate, civil litigation, zoning and land use, estate practice, business law, and estate planning. For two years, in 1998 and 1999, he served as Riverhead Town Attorney, where he worked closely with the Riverhead Town Board, and additionally served as Special Prosecutor of Town Code violations, while also gaining critical knowledge and experience in the operations of Town government. read more »

Southampton Town Justice

Shari Oster

Shari Oster has almost 30 years of experience practicing law in Suffolk County. After being admitted to the Second Department of the State of New York in 1985, she practiced privately, representing clients in Family Court and District Court and ruling on cases in Small Claims Court. Ms. Oster was then employed as an attorney for the Mental Hygiene Legal Service of the Appellate Division of the State of New York , where she worked for 22 years. As an Associate Attorney in that agency, she represented some of the most vulnerable and marginalized people in New York, providing legal representation in the Supreme, County and Surrogate’s courts in both Nassau and Suffolk County. Ultimately she became a lead counsel in Guardianship cases for the Agency, serving as Counsel or Court Evaluator in hundreds of cases in the Guardianship parts of the Supreme Court. read more »


Southold Town Council

Greg Doroski was born and raised in Mattituck, where he and his wife Liz are raising their two young daughters. He graduated college with a degree in Philosophy, he helped build and manage a successful brewery business, and is currently the Innovations Director at Greenport Harbor Brewing. Greg serves as a Deacon at the First Presbyterian Church of Southold, the congregation his ancestors, the Youngs, helped found in 1642. In 2019, Greg ran for Supervisor of Southold Town and came within 117 votes (or 1.4%) of winning.  read more »

Southold Town Council

Brian Mealy is both humbled and excited to be nominated as a Democratic candidate for Southold Town Board. Mealy was twice elected to Mattituck Cutchogue school board and currently serves as a member of the ESBOCES board, the Suffolk County Sheriff Department Citizen’s Advisory, the Southold Rotary and the Southold Justice Review & Reform Task Force. A lifelong resident of Southold Town, Brian was also honored with the 2018 Helen Wright Prince award. A proud staff member at the Floyd Memorial Library in Greenport, Brian was featured on CBS 2 News The Dig for his library work. Brian’s civic experience and local advocacy make him an ideal candidate for office. read more »

Southold Highway Superintendent

Daniel Goodwin

My name is Dan Goodwiin and I’m running for Southold Town Highway Superintendent. Being ready for a storm is who I am at my core. A mechanical engineer and emergency response professional, I’ve trained to prepare in advance, vet out solutions for the unknown, and adapt to change. Our community’s recent brush with Hurricane Henri proved a lesson in our need for a future Highway Superintendent ready to be proactive rather than reactive. Like you, I watched the forecast change from a slight chance of rain to a direct hit—a rare Category 1 storm riding the jet stream North, fueled by warmer waters and a rising tide reminiscent of Sandy. As Henri set its sights on us, my family’s properties secured and ready, I set my sights on drafting a plan to prepare and protect the people of Southold for the long term and stepped into action to do the job of Superintendent of Highways. read more »

Southold Town Trustee

Liz Gilooly

Liz is a small business owner, a sailboat captain and a homeowner in Greenport. She serves as a member of the Steering Committee for the Southold Justice Review & Reform Task Force and comes from a family who has always passionately given back to our community. Liz grew up spending her childhood on (or under) the water of the Bay. These formative childhood experiences led her to a a career sailing professionally all over the world. She has seen firsthand that healthy waterways are integral to vibrant ecosystems, and that clean water is vital to our social and economic wellbeing. She understands the need to weigh environmental initiatives with their potential economic impacts and will support policy that strikes a sensible balance. She believes that through advocating, innovating, and preserving, we can ensure a just future for all residents of Southold Town. Liz is honored to be running as an engaged listener who will bring enthusiasm and a fresh perspective to the Board. read more »

Southold Town Trustee

My name is Elizabeth Peeples and I am running for Southold Town Trustee. From the farm and the seaside to “Farming the Seaside,” my life story has swept me up the East Coast. My mom grew up on a farm in rural South Carolina with the rolling Smoky Mountains in the distance. Two hundred miles East, my dad grew up on the tidal waters and marshes of the Lowcountry in Charleston. Growing up visiting family in these diverse and immersive environments was integral in my upbringing. Fast forward to my adulthood, after years of the fast-paced city life and with plans to start a family of my own, the need for centering led me in search of something familiar. Similar to an oyster, the clean, crisp, brininess beckoned to me from the East End. To trade my city garb and tall buildings for Grundens and a 10-acre oyster farm in Gardiners Bay was a once in a lifetime opportunity - and I jumped in feet first!  read more »

Southold Town Trustee

Eric Sepenoski

A few months ago I took my five-year-old son, Henry, clamming in Hallocks Bay for the first time. The water ran clear and cool in the shallows as we waded out beyond the prickly cordgrass and the mussels that hold the bank. I lowered the scratch rake to the bottom and began digging, listening for the clunk a clam makes amidst the rattle of stones. Minutes later we had a chowder. Henry reached in past the rake’s teeth and grabbed it. “We’re going to eat this one, Dad,” he told me excitedly as he wiped mud from its shell. Under a bright June sun, my eyes refocused and I caught sight of our reflections rippling below—silhouettes on the surface of the bay.  read more »

Southold Town Clerk

Candance Hall

Candace is a small business owner, licensed insurance broker/agent and native Greenporter, whose large extended family is deeply rooted in the community and service. As a former preschool teacher, Candace developed a passion for ensuring diverse representation for minority children across all positions of power. She is thrilled to bring her positive energy, administrative and management skills and her commitment to community to be a part of the changes she hopes to see in Southold and beyond. read more »

2022 Elections


US Senate

Charles Schumer

Throughout his career, Charles “Chuck” Schumer has fought to make government work for all Americans by cutting through red tape and finding common-sense solutions to challenges facing the middle- class. Chuck has become known for his tireless work to reduce crime, increase economic opportunity, and expand access to higher education, affordable health care and housing. read more »

US House - (NY-03)

Tom Suozzi, a CPA and attorney, has served as mayor of his hometown, Glen Cove, NY from 1994-2001 and as Nassau County Executive from 2002-2009. Prior to Suozzi taking office, Nassau County was on the brink of bankruptcy and declared the “worst run county in America” by the Maxwell School at Syracuse University. Suozzi successfully steered Nassau back from financial collapse and restored it to fiscal stability. In 2005, he was honored as Governing Magazine’s “Public Official of the Year.” read more »

NYS Executive Branch

Lieutenant Governor of NY

Former Congresswoman Kathy Hochul enthusiastically accepted Governor Cuomo’s call to return to public service by running as his choice for Lt. Governor. She is currently traveling across New York, listening to the concerns of citizens, elected officials, small business owners and farmers. Once elected, Kathy plans to focus her attention on continuing the success of the Governor and work with the Regional Economic Development Councils to attract and retain business to create much-needed jobs, and address the skills gap to ensure our citizens, particularly in pockets of poverty, have access to the higher-paying jobs.  read more »

NYS Comptroller

On February 7, 2007, Thomas P. DiNapoli was sworn in as the 54th Comptroller of the State of New York. Since taking office, Tom has fought to protect taxpayers -- aggressively identifying government waste, holding public and private institutions accountable, and working to restore the public’s trust in the Comptroller’s office. read more »

NYS Attorney General

Tish James

Tish James is currently serving in her second term as the Public Advocate for the City of New York. She is the first woman of color to hold Citywide office in New York City. As Public Advocate, she serves as a watchdog over New York City government agencies, and an advocate and lawyer for the City’s most vulnerable and disenfranchised communities. As Public Advocate, Tish has transformed the office to be a real engine of reform and progress. Her office has handled over 32,000 constituent complaints and passed more legislation than all previous Public Advocates combined, including groundbreaking legislation that bans questions about salary history from the employment process to address the pervasive gender wage gap. read more »

NYS Senate

NYS Senate - 5th SD

James Gaughran

Jim Gaughran’s decades of experience as a public official and as an attorney makes him uniquely qualified to take on the special interests in Albany as the next State Senator from the 5th District. At the age of 26, Jim was elected to the Huntington Town Board in 1983, becoming the youngest Councilman in the history of his town. As a member of the Town Board he wrote one of the State's first ethics laws requiring local officials to disclose all sources of outside income and exposing any possible conflicts of interest. He also ended decades of corrupt garbage collection practices by creating municipal solid waste districts, authored numerous zoning and environmental laws to protect environmentally sensitive areas and, as the lone Democrat, became fiscal watchdog over budgetary issues. read more »

NYS Senate - 8th SD

A lifelong resident of Long Island, John E. Brooks has devoted his life to giving back to his community. In November 2016, the people elected him to continue his service in the New York State Senate. For more than 45 years, Senator Brooks has been an active volunteer firefighter with the Seaford, Medford and Lindenhurst Fire Departments, previously serving as Seaford's Chief of Department. In addition to his work for the fire department, Senator Brooks served on the Seaford Board of Education for a total of six years, acting as Vice President from 1997-1999. Prior to Superstorm Sandy, Senator Brooks was the Chairman of the Long Island Hurricane Symposium Programs where he worked hand-in-hand with hurricane experts and the National Weather Services to evaluate risk on Long Island. read more »

NYS Assembly

NYS Assembly - District 1

Assemblyman Thiele has sponsored additional successful initiatives to allow commercial fishermen to replace older vessels with slightly larger ones to compete with out of state fishermen. He was a proponent of the original STAR program to reduce school taxes and, he is a prime sponsor of legislation (“School Taxpayer Protection Act”) that would cap property tax levies at 4% or 120% of the Consumer Price Index. read more »

NYS Assembly - District 4

Assemblyman Steve Englebright's background in science and education brings a unique and useful perspective to the State Legislature. With professional training as a geologist and biologist, Assemblyman Englebright’s skill at translating technical concepts and findings into innovative public policy has enabled him to help shape laws that have practical relevance to our lives and health. For example, Assemblyman Englebright’s Pesticide Use Reporting Act of 1996 is advancing study of the possible link between pesticides and breast and other cancers. read more »

NYS Assembly - District 6

Philip Ramos represents the 6th Assembly District, which includes portions of the hamlets of Brentwood, Baywood, Central Islip, Bay Shore, North Bay Shore, Islip and Islandia. He was elected to a newly created Assembly seat in 2002. Phil Ramos was born in the Bronx. The son of a correction officer and a registered nurse, Phil learned at an early age the value of helping people and being dedicated to your community. His family was one of the first Hispanic families to move to Brentwood in 1957. He has lived in the community for the past 50 years, raising his two children and working tirelessly on behalf of the community. read more »

NYS Assembly - District 10

Steve Stern

Steve Stern is honored to have served as a Suffolk County Legislator, and is proud of his record which includes many innovative “First in the Nation” and “First in New York State” legislative accomplishments. Keeping his promise to the hard-working families who call Long Island home, Steve has held the line on taxes, refused perks, and worked with his colleagues across party lines and across all levels of government to maintain essential services, protect our quality of life and preserve our environment for generations to come. read more »

NYS Assembly - District 11

Kimberly Jean-Pierre the daughter of parents who migrated from Haiti to the United States. After high school, she attended Brooklyn College, and earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing in 2005. In pursuit of her Master’s Degree she attended Stony Brook University, earning her Master of Science in Public Policy in 2007. Kimberly Jean-Pierre has a passion for working with people and by utilizing her interpersonal skills she has proven she gets things done. read more »

2023 Elections


Babylon Town Council

DuWayne Gregory

As the newly appointed Babylon Councilman, DuWayne Gregory has given 26 years of service to his country, county and community. An Army veteran, he has been elected six terms in the Suffolk County Legislature representing the county’s 15th legislative district. In 2011, he was chosen as the Legislature’s Majority Leader and was the first person of color to serve in that role. Just three years later he became the first person of color chosen as Presiding Officer, reelected annually by his colleagues.  read more »

Babylon Town Council

Councilman Terence McSweeney is a lifelong resident of the Town of Babylon. Born and raised in North Babylon, McSweeney graduated North Babylon High School in 1996. He and his family recently moved to Babylon Village, where he now resides with his wife and two young daughters. McSweeney has been an active member of the Babylon community for some time. He has been volunteer fireman in North Babylon since 2000. In addition to this, he also spent time in several different roles, including: President of the Parkdale Civic Association in North Babylon (2013-2016), Treasurer of the North Babylon Chamber of Commerce (2015-2016), Trustee of the Suffolk County Parks Department (2014-2018), Ambassador for the Town of Babylon Beautification Program (2014-2018) and Special Assistant to Supervisor Rich Schaffer (2016-2017). read more »


Huntington Town Council

Joan Cergol

Councilwoman Joan Cergol is a lifelong resident of Huntington widely known as a knowledgeable and compassionate advocate for the betterment of her hometown and its residents. In addition to her common sense approach and well-developed problem solving skills, Joan brings to the Council seat a wealth of Town knowledge and experience with sixteen years of executive level economic and community development public service to Huntington. Joan’s government service is preceded by 18 years of public and private sector management level positions in public relations and marketing, including her own business.  read more »


Southold Town Council

Sarah Nappa

Sarah Nappa is a small business owner, chef, and service/wine industry professional with a broad agricultural background and experience in educational development. Sarah is owner and farm operator of her home Farm and B&B in Southold with her husband, Anthony, and young sons, Leo and Enzo.  read more »

Southold Town Trustee

Nick Krupski

Incumbent Democrat Nick Krupski will be on the ballot once again running for Southold Town Trustee. Nick was born and raised on his family farm in Cutchogue where he still practices as a 5th generation farmer. He has a Bachelor’s degree in geology and environmental science and a Masters degree in biology and education from CW Post. His previous work experience includes habitat restoration (both coastal and underwater) as well as species rehabilitation (the peconic bay scallop) with Cornell Marine Program, sampling and treating subsurface waters county-wide with the Suffolk County Water Authority, and working as a dive consultant with Coastal Monitoring Associates studying contaminant influx at superfund and other highly polluted locations. He is completing his first term as a Southold Town Trustee, and recently welcomed his first child, Victoria in early February.  read more »

Southold Town Justice

Daniel Ross

Former Town Councilman and Mattituck attorney Dan Ross has been tapped for Town Justice. Dan has been in the private practice of law since 1982, having practiced law in Mattituck since 1985. He was elected to the Southold Town Board in November, 2003 and served a 4-year term as a Councilman. Dan has extensive municipal law experience having served as Village Attorney for the Villages of Greenport and Patchogue. While Dan has been active in various community organizations over the years, he currently serves as the President of the Board of Directors of San Simeon by the Sound Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation. Dan and his wife, Karen, are long-time residents of Mattituck where they raised their three daughters.  read more »

2024 Elections


President of the United States

Joseph R. Biden

"We are in a battle for the soul of America. It’s time to remember who we are. We’re Americans: tough and resilient. We choose hope over fear. Science over fiction. Truth over lies. And unity over division. We treat each other with dignity, we leave nobody behind, and we give hate no safe harbor. We are the United States of America. And together, there is not a single thing we cannot do." Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. is born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, the son of Catherine Eugenia Finnegan Biden and Joseph Robinette Biden, Sr., and the first of four children. When Joe is 10, the Biden family moves to Claymont, Delaware, to look for better work. It becomes the state Joe calls home. Joe enrolls at the University of Delaware, where he double majors in history and political science. He goes on to Syracuse University, where he earns his law degree. At age 29, Joe becomes one of the youngest people ever elected to the United States Senate. Weeks later, tragedy strikes the Biden family when Neilia and Naomi are killed and Hunter and Beau are critically injured in an auto accident. read more »

Vice President of the United States

Kamala Harris

The first Black and Indian American woman to represent California in the United States Senate, Kamala Harris grew up believing in the promise of America and fighting to make sure that promise is fulfilled for all Americans. Kamala’s father immigrated to the U.S. from Jamaica to study economics and her mother immigrated from India. Kamala’s mother told her growing up “Don’t sit around and complain about things, do something,” which is what drives Kamala every single day. Kamala started fighting for working families in the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office, where she focused on prosecuting child sexual assault cases. From there, she became the first Black woman elected as San Francisco’s District Attorney. In this position, she started a program to provide first-time drug offenders second chances with the opportunity to earn a high school degree and find a job. read more »

US Senate

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is a proud New York Democrat. She is running a grassroots campaign to fix our economy and improve life for the middle class and working families across New York. Kirsten remains committed to bringing her grassroots campaign to every New Yorker and working tirelessly on behalf of the Empire State. read more »