Campaign crunch on as Election Day nears

The hot races to watch out for are the battle between Democrat Madeline Singas and Republican Kate Murray for Nassau County District Attorney.

The hot races to watch out for are the battle between Democrat Madeline Singas and Republican Kate Murray for Nassau County District Attorney.

The hot races to watch out for are the battle between Democrat Madeline Singas and Republican Kate Murray for Nassau County District Attorney. (11/2/15)

The campaign crunch is on across Long Island as residents will head to the polls tomorrow.

The hot races to watch out for are the battle between Democrat Madeline Singas and Republican Kate Murray for Nassau County District Attorney.

The latest poll has the two in a dead heat.

In Suffolk, voters must choose between incumbent Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Republican challenger James O'Connor.

Stay with News 12 Long Island for continuing Island Vote coverage. Live results will be on air and on News12.com. 

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