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Election 2019

Polls are open: Election Day 2019 preview

Election Day preview: who's running, where to vote, voter enrollment and typical turnout numbers, plus a sample ballot.

Four-way race for two seats on board of assessors

One incumbent and three newcomers are seeking two seats on the board of assessors in the the Nov. 5 general election.

Five vie for two council seats

Election preview: Five candidates are competing for two town council seats.

Analysis: the race for Riverhead supervisor

Analysis of the issues and the candidates' positions in the 2019 campaign for Riverhead Town supervisor.

Watch: Riverhead town supervisor candidates debate the issues

Riverhead Town supervisor candidates, challenger Yvette Aguiar (R-Riverhead) and incumbent Laura Jens-Smith (D-Laurel) met Wednesday night for a lively discussion and debate at RiverheadLOCAL’s offices.

Watch: Riverhead Town Board candidates debate the election’s biggest issues

Five candidates for two open seats on the Riverhead Town Board took part in a lively discussion last night in RiverheadLOCAL's offices. Watch the full video here.

Why did the supervisor wait two years to respond to the town’s overcrowded housing problem?

Guest column by supervisor candidate Yvette Aguiar on housing issues and overcrowded schools.

Candidate debate live webcast tonight on RiverheadLOCAL

The town council candidates meet this evening for a lively discussion and debate at RiverheadLOCAL’s offices. The event, which begins at 7 p.m., will be webcast live on this website and on the RiverheadLOCAL Facebook page.

Here’s what I’ve done about housing issues. My opposition? Cue the crickets

Supervisor Laura Jens-Smith outlines actions she's taken to address overcrowded housing.

Riverhead attorney looks to become first African-American woman elected to State Supreme Court in Suffolk County

Riverhead attorney Annette Totten, a candidate for Supreme Court on the Libertarian line, says she's running to give voters a choice in an election where six candidates have been cross-endorsed by the Democratic, Republican, Conservative and Independence parties.