WESTBURY - All 19 seats of the Nassau County Legislature are up for grabs this Election Day.
The Republican Party currently holds a 12-7 majority, and many political pundits say the GOP will likely retain power.
The supervisor jobs in all three of the county's towns are also on the line.
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In Oyster Bay, Republican incumbent John Venditto is facing a challenge from Democrat John Mangelli. In North Hempstead, incumbent Democrat Judi Bosworth faces Republican Anthony Bulzomi.
And in Hempstead, Republican Anthony Santino and Democrat Rita Kestenbaum are vying for a seat left vacant by outgoing Supervisor Kate Murray, who is currently running to be the next Nassau County District Attorney.
"I think I have the background, the knowledge and the understanding of what makes town government work," Santino says.
The last time a Democrat won an election for Hempstead supervisor was 1905.
"One-hundred eight years of party rule is way too long," Kestenbaum says.