Rick Drew, Tyler Armstrong, Francis Bock, and Bill Taylor on Tuesday night as they learned that they had won terms as East Hampton Town trustees. Christopher Walsh
Tyler Armstrong was all smiles at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton Tuesday night.Morgan McGivern

Supervisor Larry Cantwell, center, flanked by Peter Van Scoyoc, Jeanne Frankl, front center, and Sylvia Overby, right. Morgan McGivern
Tom Knobel remained quiet as the results showed Larry Cantwell won the supervisor race.Christine Sampson
Republican candidates and their supporters watched as the results came in on a big screen at Indian Wells Tavern in Amagansett Tuesday night.Christine Sampson

Bridget Fleming will move from Southampton Town Hall to the Suffolk County Legislature in January. Carissa Katz
Amos Goodman, who stopped at East Hampton Republican's headquarters, Indian Wells Tavern briefly on Tuesday night, said he was proud of the campaign.Christine Sampson

Amos Goodman hopes Tuesday's election sends him to Hauppauge, home of the Suffolk County Legislature, but for now, he's in Riverhead at jury duty.

Knobel, Mulhern-Larsen, and Turner vs. Cantwell, Overby, and Van Scoyoc
Top row: Cantwell, Overby, and Van Scoyoc vs. Knobel, Mulhern-Larsen, and Turner, bottom row.

Town employees protested outside of Town Hall on Monday. Morgan McGivern

After a year of cleanup and restoration, the house at Carol Morrison Park on Fort Pond in Montauk will be reopened for use by community groups.

Seven of the nine East Hampton Town Trustees are seeking re-election for new two-year terms. Clockwise from top: Nat Miller, Deborah Klughers, Sean McCaffrey, Tim Bock, Diane McNally, Brian Byrnes, Bill Taylor.

Aviation money dominates 2015 fund-raising
A campaign mailer paid for by the East Hampton Leadership Council praises the Republican candidates on one side and criticizes the Democratic incumbents on the other. As of Thursday, the political action committee had reported spending more than $155,000 on behalf of local Republican candidates.