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Lupinacci Wins Huntington Supervisor Race

The next Huntington supervisor is Chad Lupinacci. Lupinacci, a Republican and current state assemblyman, earned 26,481 votes Tuesday to defeat Democrat and current Huntington Councilwoman Tracey Edwards, who earned 21,575 votes. A third candidate in the race, Michael Raspantini, earned 1,076 votes. Lupinacci, 38, of Melville, watched the results roll in Tuesday night at a packed Nathan Hale VFW Post 1469 in Huntington Station. There, he said, that based on “the feedback we were hearing today, whether at the supermarkets or on the phones, we knew Huntington was ready for a new direction.” Continue reading

Hector Gavilla on L.I. News Radio

Hector Gavilla - Republican candidate for Suffolk County Legislature's 16th District - joined the "Spotlight Segment" on L.I. News Radio this morning to discuss his life story, and his plans to lower our property taxes and STOP the red light camera scam.  LISTEN NOW --> Continue reading

Legislator Rob Trotta: Stop the Fee-Asco

Suffolk County Legislator Rob Trotta (R-Fort Salonga) published the attached Letter To The Editor of The Huntingtonian this week. Trotta continues to demonstrate his leadership in the chamber and his dedication to protecting Suffolk taxpayers! Continue reading

Chad Lupinacci on L.I. News Radio

Chad Lupinacci - Republican & Conservative candidate for Huntington Town Board - joined the "Spotlight Segment" on L.I. News Radio this morning to discuss his commitment to quality of life, public safety, government transparency, and fiscal stability. LISTEN NOW --> Continue reading

Tom Suozzi's Shameful Anti-Veteran Votes

Tom Suozzi’s shameful anti-veteran votes continue to pile up as he perfects "Washington double-speak." Continue reading