Minor Parties Weigh In

Women's Equality Endorses Browning
Kate Browning, who is a candidate in the June 26 Democratic primary for a shot at the First Congressional District nomination to face Representative Lee Zeldin in November, has been endorsed by the Women’s Equality Party. 

In a release, Susan Zimet, the party chairwoman, said Ms. Browning had been “an unwavering voice for women and families.” According to the most recent figures from the State Board of Elections, there were 119 First District residents registered with the Women’s Equality Party out of 500,000 voters.

Reform Goes for Zeldin
Representative Lee Zeldin, a Republican who is seeking re-election for a third term in Congress, has gotten the endorsement of the Reform Parties of Nassau and Suffolk.

There are only 32 voters registered in the Reform Party in the First Congressional District, which Mr. Zeldin has represented since 2015, according to figures from November.

Brian Kelly of East Islip, the Reform Party’s Suffolk chairman, said in a release that Mr. Zeldin has been an advocate in Congress for tax relief and reducing regulations.

Representative Peter King, a Republican congressman for the Second Congressional District, also received the party’s endorsement.