Tom Suozzi fights for old job in Nassau executive race

One of the most watched primary races on Long Island is between the two men vying for the Democratic nomination for Nassau County executive. Former

Suozzi spent the day campaigning in his hometown of Glen Cove after casting his ballot this morning.

Suozzi spent the day campaigning in his hometown of Glen Cove after casting his ballot this morning. (9/10/13)

WOODBURY - One of the most watched primary races on Long Island is between the two men vying for the Democratic nomination for Nassau County executive.

Former County Executive Tom Suozzi is fighting for his old job against businessman and political newcomer Adam Haber.

Suozzi spent the day campaigning in his hometown of Glen Cove after casting his ballot this morning. He lost to Republican Ed Mangano by less than 400 votes four years ago in the executive race. He says he has learned an important lesson this time around.

“I am very excited about the election today and looking forward to hopefully a celebration victory tonight,” said Suozzi.

Polls close at 9 p.m.

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