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  • Cuomo pitches 'C' line his bill: Narrow talk, wide buzz

     
    So there's no legislative bill yet, no political endorsement, no commitment to any change of ideologies by anyone, no visible change in the political landscape. And yet, there was this general consensus that this was an event of some......
  • Ocean Ridge voters choose two commissioners today

     
    About 200 Ocean Ridge voters had cast their ballots by 2:30 p.m. this afternoon. The town has 1,521 registered voters. It is the only municipality in Palm Beach County to hold an election today. Most others hold them on March......
  • Islip Clerk has unpaid assistant -- her husband

     
    Newsday's Jennifer Maloney tells us that Islip Town Clerk Regina Duffy seems to have an unpaid assistant: her husband, James Duffy. Sources say James Duffy, a Conservative Party activist, has attended public and private town meetings, presenting himself...
  • Boca Raton won't offer early voting before March election

     
    The city is opting out of early voting for next month???s election, which has two competitive City Council races. Council members voted unanimously on Tuesday that the city wouldn???t open the polls before Election Day on March 10. Low turnout......
  • Ex-Brookhaven board Dem mulls return as GOP'er

     
    Former Democratic Brookhaven town board member Carol Bissonette (in photo from the town Democrats' Web site) is weighing a potential political comeback by running as a Republican against against two-term incumbent Legis. Kate Browning. Bissonette, 52,...
  • Another reason Bloomberg must stay: Hugo!

     
    In a move that might make him look for the moment more democratic than el jefe of New York City, Venezuelan strongman/president Hugo Chavez recently held a second referendum that won him an exemption from term limits. So sooner......
  • Schwarzenegger: 'Team player' w Obama

     
    by Mark Silva Gov. Mark Sanford, Republican chief executive of South Carolina, says he won't be taking all of that federal stimulus money, complaining that, in a nation of $52 trillion of promises that aren't paid for, this is simply......
  • An 'Oops' moment for B'khaven hopeful Lesko

     
    Mark Lesko, Democratic candidate to succeed Sen. Brian Foley as Brookhaven supervisor, has had one of those first-time candidate moments. He had to send out thousands of postcards to correct an earlier mailing which included absentee ballot applicatons....
  • Early voting for absentee voters

     
    The Supervisor of Elections Office plans to open the headquarters at 240 South Military Trail, west of West Palm Beach, and its branches for absentee voters from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Voters may drop off their absentee ballots......
  • Ballots are in the mail in high-stakes LI bus union vote

     
    Ballots sent to members of Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1181, which represents school bus and paratransit staff at companies around Long Island and New York City, are due to have arrived in the mail by today. The vote, while......
  • Delray election delays explained

     
    By the time some Delray Candidates learned of their victories last night, most of their supporters had already gone home. Results for Delray Beach didn???t start trickling out of the Supervisor of Election???s Office until about 10:45 p.m. The culprit:......