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    This election year, Bill Mott is trying to ascend the political ladder he’s been poised on for a long time.     A 28-year volunteer fireman with the Bridgehampton Fire Department, Mr. Mott has served for 12...
East Hampton Town C.S.E.A. Approves Contract     Members of East Hampton Town’s Civil Service Employees Association union voted last Thursday to ratify a four-year contract with the town, retroactive to the start of 2011.

Team Wilkinson     The last fund-raising event for “Team Wilkinson” — the incumbent Republican supervisor, Bill Wilkinson, and his town board running mates, Steven Gaines and Richard Haeg — is being held...
    Political candidates all across the board appeared on Monday at Ashawagh Hall under the auspices of the Springs Citizens Advisory Committee. They discussed their backgrounds and platforms, but dealt with a series of Springs-...
The East Hampton Environmental Coalition, comprised of 11 nonprofit groups, has released responses from East Hampton Town Board and supervisor candidates.
    For East Hampton voters who want to educate themselves about their choices next month, three big candidate forums are scheduled in the coming week and another that already happened can be seen on LTV or online.   ...
    Campaign disclosure reports for mid-July through early October from the East Hampton Independence Party and the East Hampton Conservators, both of which were not posted to the New York State Board of Elections Web site last week...
        The political controversy about public access to oceanfront beaches on Napeague seems to have lost some of its heat in the last week.
    The East Hampton Conservators, a political action committee that supports pro-environment candidates and issues, has announced its endorsement of the Democratic candidates for town supervisor and town board, support that will...