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April 25, 2018

It was not quite the blue wave that Democrats in New York had hoped for, but the results of Tuesday’s special elections in 11 state...| read more ››

April 25, 2018

“We’ve gone into towns in Long Island where we’ve taken MS-13 and we’ve actually liberated towns,” President Trump said at an event in West Virginia...| read more ››

April 25, 2018

Former Suffolk County Legis. Steve Stern won a special election Tuesday to become the first Democrat in 40 years to represent the 10th Assembly District...| read more ››

April 25, 2018

Former Suffolk County Legis. Steve Stern won a special election Tuesday to become the first Democrat in 40 years to represent the 10th Assembly District in Huntington.

Stern, 49, of Dix Hills, defeated Huntington attorney Janet Smitelli 59 percent to 41 percent, with all precincts reporting. He will fill the seat vacated by Republican Chad Lupinacci, now Huntington Town supervisor.
“This is an important win for us locally. I also strongly believe it makes residents of the 10th Assembly District part of the national story,” Stern said in an interview late Tuesday, referring to a possible Democratic advantage in November. “It was a great win. I attribute it to tremendous volunteers and a positive message.”| read more ››

April 11, 2018

In addition to our usual meeting and rally for Steve Stern, we have:

Guest speaker, Dr. Jeffrey L. Reynolds, of the Family and Children's Association
...| read more ››

April 8, 2018

Help save the VA and bring about healthcare for all.

With his VA card, Iraq War veteran Will Fischer can walk into any VA facility...| read more ››

Welcome!

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...