Below are reports of contributions and expenditures of candidates for Riverhead Town Board (supervisor and council candidates) for the 2021 election cycle. The source for this data is the NY State Board of Elections online database.
The amounts reported below include only amounts reported on Schedule A, “Monetary Contributions” and Schedule F “Expenditures.” They do not include amounts coded by the campaign treasurer as: loans received or repaid; refunds; or transfers to or from political committees, which are reported on separate schedules.
The 2021 election cycle began on Nov. 6, 2019, the day after Election Day in the last town election. The data reported below includes contributions and expenditures from Nov. 6, 2019 through Oct. 29, 2021, including any 24-hour notifications reported by the state. The last campaign finance disclosure report before the Nov. 2, 2021 election is the 11-Day Pre-General Report, which was due Oct. 22. The next report is not due until 27 days after Election Day.
The New York State Board of Elections public reporting website offers a publicly accessible databases that can be searched here. Click on “Campaign Disclosure” in the menu and select a type of report from the drop-down menu.
Supervisor Yvette Aguiar (R-Riverhead) is seeking election to a second two-year term. She faces a challenge from Councilwoman Catherine Kent (D-Baiting Hollow).
There are four candidates for two open town council seats: Evelyn Hobson-Womack (D-Riverhead); Robert Kern (R-Aquebogue); Juan MIcieli-Martinez (D-Riverhead); and Councilman Kenneth Rothwell (R-Wading River), who was appointed in January to fill an unexpired term on the board.
View candidate bios and sample ballot in the RiverheadLOCAL 2021 Local Voters Guide.
Supervisor Yvette Aguiar
Yvette Aguiar by RiverheadLOCAL on Scribd Catherine Kent by RiverheadLOCAL on Scribd
Councilwoman Catherine Kent
Catherine Kent by RiverheadLOCAL on Scribd
Evelyn Hobson-Womack Campaign Finance Disclosure by RiverheadLOCAL on Scribd
Robert E. Kern by RiverheadLOCAL on Scribd
Juan Micieli-Martinez by RiverheadLOCAL on Scribd
Councilman Kenneth Rothwell
Kenneth Rothwell by RiverheadLOCAL on Scribd
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