After rioters stormed and occupied the U.S. Capitol today in an unprecedented siege as 2020 Electoral College ballots were being counted in a joint session of Congress, Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-Shirley) issued a statement calling for “zero tolerance for violence in any form.”
Zeldin is one of 106 House Republicans to sign brief supporting Texas lawsuit challenging presidential election results
First Congressional District Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-Shirley) is one of 106 Republican members of the House of Representatives who signed a brief filed today in the U.S. Supreme Court supporting a lawsuit brought by the State of Texas challenging the results of the presidential election.
After two weeks of counting absentee ballots, Zeldin and Giglio victories are ‘mathematical certainty,’ election official says
Rep. Lee Zeldin was re-elected to the House of Representatives and Riverhead Councilwoman Jodi Giglio won election to the State Assembly, according to the Suffolk County Board of Elections.
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Palumbo and Giglio hold commanding leads in in-person voting, but are not declaring victory in state legislative races
“I’m thrilled with where we are, but it’s not over," Assemblyman Anthony Palumbo said of his 14-point lead in the First Senate District race. Councilwoman Jodi Giglio echoed his sentiment about her run for the Second Assembly District, though her opponent said the race is over.
As of the close of polls yesterday, 109,930 Suffolk voters had cast an in-person early vote and 106,582 voters had returned absentee ballots. Today is the last day of early voting, but absentee ballots can be delivered to the Board of Elections or to any polling place through Tuesday.
Prop 2 is yet another ploy to fix the county’s budget mess caused by its own fiscal mismanagement — by erasing its legal obligation to repay $154.17 million it “borrowed” from environmental protection funds, by erasing a court judgment of $29.4 million arising from an earlier lawsuit and by raiding the Sewer Assessment Stabilization Fund to the tune of at least $15 million. Voters should say no to this scam.