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Long Island: Village Elections 2008

Newsday is probably the best place for June 2009 election updates. Newsday’s pre-story which lists some villages and parties is: here.

Full story at Newsday

Kelly, Asharoken’s longtime mayor, defeated
12:17 AM EDT, June 18, 2008

Summary results of 9 village races, from Newsday story:

For Mayor
Challenger, Patricia Irving won over Incumbent, Mayor Willian H. Kelly

Trustee Seats
A contest between two parties. The winning party was “Taxpayers Party”, the losing party was “The Bayville Family Party”
Two incumbent trustees retained their seats.

Trustee Seats
1-term-trustee Sherry Binnington and newcomer Ray Fell win over a long term trustee, Bob Lyons

Hewlett Neck:
For Mayor
Incumbent Mayor Michael A. Dix won over Peter Halperin

For Mayor
Challenger Michael Meehan won over incumbent Mayor Nicholas Capozzi.

Old Brookville:
2 Incumbents lost to 2 challengers

Port Jefferson:
1 incumbent and 1 challenger/community activist won. The activist is Carmine Dell Aquila

incumbent Mayor Wilbur Klatsky won over Village Clerk/challenger John Bates

West Hampton Dunes:
(population = 11)
For Mayor
incumbent Mayor Gary Vegliante won over challenger Lanny Lambert

2 Responses

  1. Thank God Peter Lost.

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