Linda Kabot, Anna Throne-Holst face off for 3rd time in Southampton town supervisor race

The race for Southampton town supervisor is one of the top races to watch on the South Fork as voters head to the polls tomorrow. Democratic incumbent Anna Throne-Holst and Republican challenger Linda

News 12 Staff

Nov 5, 2013, 5:08 AM

Updated 3,813 days ago

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Linda Kabot, Anna Throne-Holst face off for 3rd time in Southampton town supervisor race

The race for Southampton town supervisor is one of the top races to watch on the South Fork as voters head to the polls tomorrow.

Democratic incumbent Anna Throne-Holst and Republican challenger Linda Kabot are facing each other for the third time. Throne-Holst is vying for her third term, and former executive Kabot is seeking to get her old seat back.

Kabot is attempting a comeback after being acquitted of DWI charges in 2009. Two years ago, she ran as a write-in candidate. This time, she once again has the support of the GOP. "I'm honest, sincere and truly hardworking," Kabot says.

Throne-Holst, meanwhile, says she's feeling optimistic. Today she was out shaking hands and encouraging people to vote at the Stop and Shop in Hampton Bays.


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