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League's Guide for Voters Goes Live

Thu, 11/02/2023 - 10:40

The League of Women Voters of the Hamptons, Shelter Island, and the North Fork has announced that the League of Women Voters Education Fund’s online voters guide is live at with nonpartisan information on Tuesday’s election.

By entering a street address, voters can find biographical information, photos, and answers to questions by candidates for East Hampton and Southampton Town supervisor, town board, town trustee, and other town positions, the Suffolk County executive and Legislature race, and the two state proposals that will be on the ballot. Proposal 1 is titled a Constitutional Amendment Removing the Debt Limit on Small City School Districts. Proposal 2 is a Constitutional Amendment Excluding Sewage From Local Indebtedness.

The website works for elections across the country.

Early voting started on Saturday and continues through Sunday. The site here is Windmill Village at 219 Accabonac Road in East Hampton.

More information from the league is available by calling 631-324-4637.


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