Politics

Julie R. Lofstad and Thomas John Schiavoni, won two open town board seats, ousting Stan Glinka, the Republican incumbent.
Timothy D. Sini, a 37-year-old Democrat serving as the Suffolk County police commissioner, handily won the race for Suffolk district attorney Tuesday night, but the sheriff's race is razor thin.

Francis J Bock (DEM, WOR) 3,783 7.89%
Republican incumbent Stan Glinka lost his re-election bid Tuesday night, if unofficial results from the Suffolk County Board of Elections Tuesday night stand.
Democrats in East Hampton Town have swept the races for town supervisor and town board, with Peter Van Scoyoc holding a decisive lead over his opponent, Manny Vilar, in the race for supervisor.
Tuesday is Election Day, and voters on the South Fork have several important decisions to make.
An anonymous limited-liability company backed by wealthy homeowners who take helicopters to and from East Hampton has contributed half of all money raised by Republicans in their bid to gain control of Town Hall.
Shall there be a convention to revise the Constitution and amend the same? This is the first of three questions that will be put to New York State voters on Tuesday, appearing on the flip side of the election ballots.
Tuesday may be an off-year Election Day as far as national and New York State elections are concerned, but for Long Island’s townships the stakes are high.
Voter turnout will be high among East Hampton’s senior citizens, according to an informal poll taken early this week, but most of those gathered at the town’s senior citizens center on Monday were tight-lipped as to their opinions of the 2017 campaign and those asking for their vote.
Councilman Peter Van Scoyoc, who would like to step up as East Hampton Town supervisor, is the deputy town supervisor.
Paul Giardina is a nuclear engineer by training and was with the Environmental Protection Agency Region 2 Office of Indoor Air and Radiation in New York City before his retirement in 2016.
A member of the Independence Party, Gerard Larsen is on the Republican and Conservative Party tickets. Mr. Larsen, who is known as Jerry, recently retired from the East Hampton Village Police Department, where he was chief for 13 years.