Town of Southold 2019 Election

Patch courtesy photo.

Update: The North Fork Patch 11/24/2019 After a [very close and] heated race, incumbent Scott Russell will serve another term; and Democrat Sarah Nappa was elected to the town board. Read the whole article by Lisa Finn, Patch Staff Updated Nov 24, 2019: 2019 Election Results

Update: The Suffolk Times 11/5/2019 “Curious Southold residents who stayed up deep into the night on Election Day might have to wait a while to find out who won in the races for Town Supervisor and Town Board.

While preliminary results from the Suffolk County Board of Elections show incumbent Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell, a Republican, leading Democratic challenger Greg Doroski by 220 votes (3,988 to 3,768), the victory celebration was put on hold Tuesday night. That’s largely because at least 473 absentee ballots must still be counted.” Read the full article here.

Of the 242 registered voters on Fishers Island, 76 voters cast ballots.

Republican Party candidates and the Democrat Party candidates for the open positions on the Town of Southold slate for the General Election Thursday, November 5, 2019 are listed below as well as the Libertarian candidate and Suffolk County General Candidate List. To learn more about the candidates, access the links provided.

Republican nominees:

Scott Russell for Town Supervisor
Jill Doherty for Town Council
Bill Ruland for Town Council
Glenn Goldsmith for Town Trustee
Rich Caggiano for the Tax Assessor
Brian Hughes for Town Justice
Kelly Fogarty for Southold Receiver of Taxes

Learn more: Republican Slate

Democrat nominees:

Greg Doroski for Town Supervisor
Bob Hanlon for Town Council
Sarah Nappa for Town Council
Dan Ross for Town Justice
Nick Krupski for Town Trustee

Learn more: Democrat Slate

Libertarian nominee:

Eugene James Gluck for Town Council

Suffolk County General Candidate List

Early Voting Information

Starting on Saturday, October 26th and continuing through Sunday, November 3rd, polling locations throughout Suffolk County will provide voters the chance to vote prior to Election Day.

Any registered voter in Suffolk County may vote at any of these locations [on Long Island] during the dates and times listed in the Early Voting Information link above.


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