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Election 2021

Aguiar sworn in for second term as supervisor at Riverhead Town Hall

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Former U.S. Senator and lobbyist Alfonse D'Amato administered the oath of office to Riverhead Supervisor Yvette Aguiar today at Riverhead Town Hall. Councilman Bob Kern and Assessor Dana Brown also took their oaths of office during a ceremony scaled-back due to the coronavirus surge.

Aguiar refunds another $4,500 in excess campaign contributions

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Riverhead Supervisor Yvette Aguiar has refunded another $4,500 in excess campaign contributions according to an amended disclosure report filed Monday. This comes after the campaign refunded $15,000 on Oct. 28 from contributors who gave over the legal limit.

Aguiar refunds over $15,000 in excess campaign contributions

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Supervisor Yvette Aguiar has refunded over $15,000 in campaign contributions that exceeded the legal contribution limit for her office, according to the final campaign disclosure report filed by her campaign committee with the State Board of Elections yesterday.

Aquebogue attorney under fire for lawn signs bidding Riverhead’s Latina supervisor ‘adios’

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Aquebogue attorney Ron Hariri has come under fire for comments he's made referencing the town supervisor's ethnicity and for signs posted outside a building he recently renovated for a satellite office, declaring “Adios, Aguiar.”

Suffolk’s ‘red wave’: Republicans capture DA, and 12 of 18 legislative districts

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Suffolk voters not only turned incumbent Democrat Tim Sini out of office but elected a Republican super-majority to the County Legislature.

Republican rout in Riverhead: Aguiar and GOP slate blow past Democrats

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Riverhead Supervisor Yvette Aguiar won a resounding victory over Councilwoman Catherine Kent as Riverhead Republicans swept every race.

Decision ’21: Local elections will determine makeup of town board, assessors and new highway superintendent

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Today is Election Day. Voters in Riverhead this year will choose a town supervisor, two council members, a highway superintendent and two assessors.

Greg Blass got it wrong: supervisor is a ‘unifier’

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Jamesport resident Joann Waski responds to column by Greg Blass and advocates for Supervisor Yvette Aguiar's re-election.

Flip the ballot and ‘just say no’

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Assembly Member Jodi Giglio (R-Baiting Hollow) urges voters to 'just say no' to ballot proposals one through four.

Ultimately, the choice is ours — and it’s clear: Riverhead needs a clean sweep

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Electing some new talent, new ideas, and honest character presents us not merely an opportunity, but an obligation, to vote for desperately needed change, the kind of change Riverhead has needed for years, and deserves now. Wake up, Riverhead.
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