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Dec
4
2017
In a move that would make Scrooge blush, Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch insisted there is no money to help cancer-stricken children days before jamming through a tax scam that gives billions of dollars to the uber-wealthy.

Even Scrooge would blush

At the beginning of the holiday season, Republicans showed Americans where their priorities lie: Giving aid and comfort to mega-rich donors and leaving sick children out in the cold.

Republicans, who control the House, Senate, and the White House, have refused to reauthorize the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). This program, which provides health care to nine million low-income children and...read more »

Dec
4
2017

There will be a meeting of the Huntington Town Democratic Committee on Wednesday December 6, 2017 at 7PM at the American Legion Hall, One Mill Dam Road.

Join us for coffee and dessert as we celebrate the season. Also we are joining with the Huntington Young Democrats in collecting toys for “Project Toy” sponsored by the Family Service League of Huntington and TRI-CYA. There is a pressing need for toys and gift cards and this is an...read more »

Dec
2
2017
GOP Lies

On Thursday morning, The New York Times revealed that Steven Mnuchin, the Treasury secretary, has been lying for months about Republican tax plans. Mnuchin has repeatedly claimed the existence of a Treasury report that — unlike every independent, nonpartisan assessment — found that these plans would pay for themselves, increasing growth and hence revenues so much that the deficit wouldn’t rise. But there is no such report, and never has been...read more »

Nov
3
2017

Newsday picks Spencer to represent northwest Huntington, Eaton’s Neck, Greenlawn, Northport and part of Huntington Station. (LD 18)

Spencer, 50, a pediatric surgeon from Centerport, says he and other Democrats have cut county jobs by 10 percent and pared the deficit. But he also admits they should have been more forceful in their oversight role of the police department, questioning the conduct of James Burke, the ex-police chief now in...read more »

Nov
2
2017

Our local newspaper, founded by Walt Whitman, has endorsed Tracey Edwards for Town of Huntington Supervisor. Walt would approve.

"Tracey Edwards is ready and qualified for the supervisor's job."read more »

Oct
22
2017
Edwards endorsed for Supervisor

The strong and well deserved endorsement says, in part:

Both principal candidates in the Nov. 7 election, Democratic town board member Tracey Edwards and Republican state Assemb. Chad Lupinacci, are lifelong Huntington residents. But Edwards conveys more passion, and has a more granular knowledge of Huntington, how its government works, the town’s problems and the range of solutions.

Her common-sense approach stems from her...read more »

Oct
6
2017

You are cordially invited to attend a Gala Cocktail Reception benefiting:
Tracey Edwards

With Special Guest The Honorable Steve Israel

Tuesday October 10, 2017 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

At Crest Hollow Country Club
8325 Jericho Tpke
Woodbury, NY 11797

o Platinum Host: Table of 12; $5000
o Gold Host: Table of 10; $2500
o Individual: $250
o Committee: $100
Please...read more »

Oct
6
2017

Doctor William Spencer Phone Bank

Hi all,

With just a few weeks left until Election Day, I could use your help with my campaign.

I know everyone has hectic schedules, but it would mean a lot if you can come out this Saturday, October 7th from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm at our Headquarters, located at 168 Main Street Huntington (there is ample parking in the rear as well as an entrance), to make some calls. My...read more »

Oct
5
2017

Huntington Country Club, 483 West Main Street, Huntington.

RSVP:
(631) 223-8151 or

FriendsOfEmilyRogan@Gmail.com or

P.O. Box 1502, Huntington, NY 11743read more »

Oct
1
2017
Pave the way for highway campaign fundraiser

Thursday, October 19, 2017, 6PM to 8PM

At Pancho Villas
311 New York, Avenue, Huntington

RSVP - FRIENDS@KEVENORELLI.COM
516-457-7022read more »

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