Election 2017
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Tim Tenke, 55, a Glen Cove Democratic city councilman, has been declared the victor in the Glen Cove mayoral race. He beat incumbent Reggie Spinello, an Independence Party member who also ran on the … more
Although the Nassau County Board of Elections has finished counting the absentee ballots for the race for Glen Cove mayor, a victor has not yet been announced. There were 310 affidavit and … more
The Glen Cove mayoral race was a tight one on Tuesday, with incumbent Reggie Spinello eking out a tentative, 21-vote victory over City Councilman Tim Tenke. Five of the six Republicans running for … more
For the first time in more than a century, the Town of Hempstead will have a Democratic supervisor. Laura Gillen, a Rockville Centre attorney, defeated incumbent Republican Anthony Santino on Tuesday night by roughly 2,000 votes. more
Baldwin Democrat Laura Curran pulled out a victory over Republican Jack Martins in the race for Nassau County’s highest seat on Tuesday night, withall precincts reporting, … more
Reggie Spinello is running for his third term as the city’s mayor against six-term Democratic City Councilman Tim Tenke. Glen Cove is doing well, in part due to the efforts of both men. They have … more
A strong City Council is needed to advocate for the public. With all six Glen Cove City Council seats up for grabs, and only three incumbents running for re-election, 2017 will, no doubt, bring … more
We endorse Democrat Delia DeRiggi-Whitton, the incumbent county legislator in District 11. She has remained determined to move forward with what will benefit her district and the county in spite of a … more
The resumes of the two candidates for county comptroller, Democrat Jack Schnirman and Republican Steve Labriola, make clear that both have solid educations and a range of relevant experience. more
Nassau County comptroller is one of three major positions that will be decided on Election Day, Nov. 7. Republican Steve Labriola and Democrat Jack Schnirman are the major party candidates. North Woodmere resident Laurence “Seth” Hirsh is running on the Green Party line. The Herald asked the two major party candidates key questions in advance of the voters’ decision. more
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