Election Results @ Polling Place #1 8NOV22

 All voting took place at the COMMUNITY CENTER

Suffolk Times News Review Election Summary 9NOV22

Shortly after 1 a.m., with nearly 89% of districts reporting, Mr. LaLota had secured 55.28% of the votes, giving him a wide enough margin in the race against Ms. Fleming, who had 44.61%.

Republican state Senator Anthony Palumbo of New Suffolk won reelection, as did Democrat Fred Thiele in the 1st Assembly District that now includes Southold Town. Incumbent Republican Jodi Giglio easily won reelection in the 2nd Assembly District that includes Riverhead Town. She had more than 64% of the votes with 60 out of 85 districts reporting.

In Southold Town, voters approved Proposition 3 to allow a 0.5% real estate tax to fund affordable housing opportunities. The town would now have to adopt a plan to implement community housing funds. East Hampton and Southampton also approved the addition to the CPF, while in Shelter Island, unofficial results were showing an eight-vote difference with 889 against the measure and 881 in favor.

GENERAL ELECTION
6:00 AM – 9:00 PM          

2022 General Election
Suffolk County Board of Election
Precinct: Southold 1, Fishers Island, NY
Total Voters: 133
Newly Elected *

Governor & Lieutenant Governor United States Senator
* Kathy Hochul & Antonio Delgado (D) 83 * Charles Schumer (D) 81
Lee Zeldin & Alison Esposito R 49 Joe Pinion R 49
Comptroller Representative in Congress
Thomas DiNapoli (D) 78 Bridget Fleming (D) 80
* Paul Rodriguez R 52 * Nicholas LaLota R 49
Attorney General State Senator
* Letitia James (D) 82 Skylar Johnson (D) 71
Michael Henry R 49 * Anthony Palumbo R 57
Member 1st Assembly District (Southold) Proposition #1 Environmental Bond Act
* Fred Thiele (D) 75 Yes 100
Peter Ganley 53 No 29
Proposition #2 Set Term limits for County Execs Proposition #3 Peconic Housing Fund
Yes 113 Yes 95
No 10 No 32

Election Results Suffolk County BofE

Prop #3: Southold’s Peconic Bay .05% Housing Fund

FI SCHOOL REFERENDUM VOTE
2:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Fishers Island School District
Fishers Island, NY

Total Voters: 132

Proposition #1: Should the Board of Education be authorized to sell the following District owned property for a purchase price that is consistent with or in excess of the fair market value and upon such terms and conditions as the Board of Education determines to be in the best interests of the District, with the proceeds of such sale being deposited in accordance with law, to the District’s general fund?

Reservoir Road Parcel #1000-9-8-1, a 2.10-acre parcel with 455 feet of waterfrontage along the northeast shore of Silver Eel Cove located on the west end of Fishers Island with a zoning of R-80.

In Favor of Proposition #1: 117
Against Proposition #1:         15

Proposition #2: Should the Board of Education be authorized to sell Lot No. 1000-9-10-10, a 2.4-acre lot situated on Winthrop Avenue, Fishers Island, NY to Walsh Park Benevolent Corporation, a not-for-profit corporation, for the purchase price of $410,000?

In Favor of Proposition #2: 98
Against Proposition #2:       34

Prop #1: FI School Land Sale – Reservoir Rd. Prop #2: WP Subdivision of FIS Property

Election Day @ Polling Place #1 Fishers Island

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