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No Contest in Four East Hampton Town Races

Thu, 10/21/2021 - 09:18

In addition to the candidates for East Hampton Town supervisor, the town board, and the town trustees, there are four incumbents seeking re-election on the Nov. 2 ballot this year. All are running unopposed.

Carole Brennan is the town clerk. She has the endorsement of the Democratic, Republican, and Conservative Parties.

Stephen K. Lynch, the superintendent of highways, is also running unopposed. He will appear on the Democratic and Independence Party lines.

Steven Tekulsky, town justice, is endorsed by the Democratic, Republican, Conservative, and Working Families Parties.

Eugene DePasquale, a town assessor, is also running unopposed. He is endorsed by the Democratic, Republican, and Conservative Parties.


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