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Janet Smitelli for State Assembly

Huntington Republicans are proud to support & endorse JANET SMITELLI for State Assembly in the April 24th Special Election. Continue reading

Republican Majority Enacts Term Limits

The Huntington Town Board voted this week to enact term limits for all local elected officials, fulfilling a key campaign promise by Republican Supervisor Chad Lupinacci and Republican Councilman Ed Smyth. Continue reading

President Trump's 2017 Year in Review

When Americans across the country elected President Donald J. Trump last November, they sent a message loud and clear: it’s time to get our country back on track, drain the swamp in Washington, and Make America Great Again! Continue reading

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

Democrat Corruption in the Town of Huntington: A Dumpster Full of ONLY Republican Lawn Signs

This photo was taken today, October 28, 2017, at the Town of Huntington recycling facility. Republican or Democrat nobody wants a government using its resources to try to rig an election. The Town of Huntington has had a policy for decades that when political signs were placed on public roadways they would be picked up by town employees who would bring them to the Town Recycling Plant. Once there the candidates could come and pick up their signs that had been collected. This year the Democrats (and more particularly Tracey Edwards) have used taxpayer dollars to purposely pick up Republican signs and leave Democrat signs alone. A town vehicle was witnessed stopping along Pulaski Road and picking up Chad Lupinacci signs and leaving Tracey Edwards signs in place. Given that Tracey Edwards has numerous family members working for the town in the department responsible for picking up the signs this is not surprising. Continue reading