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11/17/17 6:00am
11/17/2017 6:00 AM

Some of the biggest issues before the Riverhead Town Board over the past eight years are now within one vote of potentially being reversed thanks to the Nov. 7 election results, which saw Democrats Laura Jens-Smith and Catherine Kent elected, pending the final count from the Suffolk County Board of Elections.

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11/04/17 6:00am
11/04/2017 6:00 AM

It’s likely that local drivers have noticed “Vote No!” bumper stickers and lawn signs around town, but what do they refer to?

New York State’s constitution requires that every 20 years the people decide if a constitutional convention should be held to consider amendments, according to the state Board of Elections.

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11/03/17 5:59am

The 2015 race for Riverhead Town supervisor became a three-ring circus. Mudslinging among the three candidates vying for office reached such a high it became impossible to determine who was worthy of the office. This editorial board went so far as to not endorse any of the candidates.

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11/03/17 5:58am

Riverhead voters face a difficult yet encouraging choice at the ballots in deciding among the candidates for Riverhead Town Board. The four candidates vying for two seats each bring a different area of expertise to the table. Business? Check. Education? Check. Farming? Check. Contract negotiations? Check.

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