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Huntington Supervisor Frank Petrone says he won’t seek re-election Thank you for decades of hard work and service to make Huntington a wonderful place to work, live, and raise a family!
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April 25, 2017
At VFW in Huntington Station

We've had a great response so far. This month looks to be our biggest meeting yet. Want to get involved sooner, rather than later? Come...| read more ››

April 10, 2017

New York will be the only state in the country to cover four-year college tuition for residents after the program was included in the budget...| read more ››

March 30, 2017

Huntington Town Supervisor Frank Petrone will not seek a seventh term in November, he said Thursday.

Petrone, 72, a Democrat who lives in Melville, said...| read more ››

March 23, 2017

Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer took to the Senate floor Thursday morning to announce his widely expected opposition to Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the...| read more ››


Mary Collins - Chair

Welcome to the Huntington Town Democratic Committee web site. We are very happy that you have chosen to visit us. We are very proud of our commitment to “good government” and to our record of supporting candidates who live up to this promise. Historically, we have been the party which has brought diversity and positive change to Town government, and, just six years ago, we nominated the first African-American to be elected to serve on the Town Board.

While we are very proud of these achievements, we also recognize the need to push for continued progress on the issues that make Huntington a great town in which to live. read more...