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Suffolk GOP hopes to gain ground tonight

Suffolk Republicans are looking to gain some ground tonight, with all 18 Legislature seats up for grabs. In Brookhaven, Supervisor Ed Romaine is fighting off a fierce challenge from longtime Legislator

News 12 Staff

Nov 6, 2013, 3:56 AM

Updated 3,881 days ago

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Suffolk Republicans are looking to gain some ground tonight, with all 18 Legislature seats up for grabs.

In Brookhaven, Supervisor Ed Romaine is fighting off a fierce challenge from longtime Legislator Vivian Viloria-Fisher.

In Huntington, Republican town board member Gene Cook is running on the Republican, Conservative and Independence Lines, looking to unseat 20-year incumbent Frank Petrone.

Smithtown's Patrick Vecchio, the longest serving town supervisor in Long Island history, also says he's not yet ready to throw in the towel.


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