In East Hampton Village's election this Tuesday, four incumbents are seeking re-election. While they are running unopposed, they still need voters to turnout.
Longtime Mayor Paul F. Rickenbach Jr. is seeking his sixth election victory, which would . He has served the longest of the 11 mayors in the 90-year history of the village, though he actually joined the board in 1988.
Rickenbach is running on the Hook Mill Party line with his three of his fellow board members.
, who has served as deputy mayor, is seeking her fourth term. She is the only woman to have ever served on the board. Trustee Richard T. Lawler, who is finishing his first term, are also seeking re-election for another four years.
Bruce A. Siska, a former member of the village zoning board who was to fill a , who resigned, is also putting his name on the ballot. He will look to complete Brown's unexpired term of two years.
Even though there is no opposition, Rickenbach said he hopes voters will come down to support the incumbents. "When you are an elected official you hope for a good voter turnout," he said. "It would be a manifestation, if you will, that they support the posture and footing of the board of trustees."
The election will be held on Tuesday between noon and 9 p.m. in the Emergency Services Building at 1 Cedar St. New voting machines will be used.
Check back Tuesday night for election results.