BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO From left, League of Women Voters of Shelter Island Treasurer Kathleen Minder, Republican candidate for the Town Board Amber Brach Williams and Councilwoman Mary Dudley at Sunday’s “Meet the Candidates Forum” at the school auditorium.
The two women seeking election to the Town Board on November 8, the only local race on the ballot, met for a public discussion Sunday afternoon at the school auditorium and agreed on almost every issue raised.
Dubbed a “Meet the Candidates Forum,” the event featured incumbent Democratic Councilwoman Mary Dudley and Republican challenger Amber Brach-Williams. (more…)
While East End Congressman Lee Zeldin has expressed his disgust toward Donald Trump’s obscene remarks about women, he’s still supporting the Republican presidential candidate.
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Republican candidate Amber Brach-Williams, left, is challenging Democratic Councilwoman Mary Dudley for a seat on the Town Board this November. They met Tuesday at the “Meet the Candidates” forum sponsored by the Shelter Island Women’s club at Presbyterian Fellowship Hall.
In an Island election year tradition, the Shelter Island Women’s Club held it’s “Meet the Candidates” event at Presbyterian Fellowship Hall Tuesday.
There’s only on local election this November for a seat on the Town Board pitting incumbent Democratic Councilwoman Mary Dudley against Republican challenger Amber Brach-Williams. (more…)
FILE PHOTO | Congressman Lee Zeldin (R-Shirley)
Will what is being called the “Trump Factor” — a negative view of the Republican candidate for president that could affect GOP candidates down the ballot — impact Congressman Lee Zeldin’s (R-Shirley) reelection bid? (more…)
As we brace ourselves for the big Trump extravaganza in Cleveland next week, I keep thinking back to the summer of 1964.
For that was the first time (at least in the modern era) that angry Republican rebels seized control of their party and chose a nominee who was clearly outside the political mainstream. (more…)