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On August 9, 2011 a Democratic judge along with a Democratic attorney managed to knock Gene Cook off the Republican line of the Nov 2011 Town Hall election ballot. Vivienne Wong, brought the successful lawsuit about, although many sources speculate that there are several other parties that are behind the lawsuit and encouraging Wong to […]

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Is Mark Mayoka a Superstar?

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At a Huntington Town board meeting on Tuesday, August 2, 2011,  Frank Petrone and Mark Cuthbertson went into a tirade (see video below) toward fellow councilperson Mark Mayoka. It seems to have been brought on by Mr. Mayoka questioning the financial policies of this current administration. In addition, Mr. Mayoka questioned why Mr. Cuthbertson was […]

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There are many reasons that designating petitions or signatures are not accepted by the Board of Elections or may be ruled invalid by a court.
Some of those reasons are:

Signatories that are not registered in the party that is the same as the candidate for which they are signing a petition.
The person witnessing the signatures may not be registered […]

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Wilson Pakula?

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A “Wilson Pakula” is an authorization given by a political party to a candidate for public office in the State of New York which allows a candidate not registered with that party to run as its candidate.
Wilson Pakula Act of 1947 was authored by Assemblyman Malcolm Wilson and Senator Irwin Pakula. It forbids candidates from receiving the nomination of a political […]

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Our Town!

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Our town board. Where have we gone?

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