We’d love to hear your predictions for who’s going to win some open seats and town and county government on Nov. 5.
The Suffolk County Legislature posts some strong races, with Jay Schneiderman getting a strong challenge from Christopher Nuzzi in the 2nd District. William J. Lindsay battles to keep his father’s former seat against challenger Anthony Musumeci.
In East Hampton council races will come down to who gets the top two votes between Kathee Burke Gonzalez, Frederick L. Overton Jr., Job Potter and Dominick J. Stanzione. There are two open seats in the race.
Our new open blog, The Soapbox hopes to be the place where locals can debate these kids of issues in town.
Sharing is easy.
Visit the The Soapbox blog here and click on the open text box under the heading to create a post.
Or, from the homepage, follow these steps:
Sign in to your Patch. (Click “Join” if you don’t have an account yet.)
Click the "Blogs" tab, near the top of the homepage and then locate The Soapbox blog in the left-hand column. Click on it.
Click in the box that says, “Write a new post” and then click on “Article” at the top.
Give your post a headline, enter the body of the story and upload your photos.
Click “Post now.”
Ed. Note: Yesterday we erroneously printed that East Hampton Town Council candidates were running head-to-head against incumbents. In fact, with two open seats, the top two vote-getters will win the open seats in the general election. We regret the error.