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Dems to Party at Front Street, GOP to Gather at Soundview

Though there is only one local race this election cycle, local political parties will still gather to see who will win the Presidency.

Last year, members of the local Republican party indeed had a reason to party — they lead with a win for re-election by Southold Town Supervisor Scott Russell.

Though there is only one local race this year — that between incumbent Trustee Mike Domino and challenger Jeri Woodhouse — local political parties will still gather to watch the results come in for the presidential election, the GOP at Soundview in Greenport and the Democrats at Front Street Station in the village.

Stop in if you're out and about, and get the local reaction tonight on North Fork Patch.

Tom November 06, 2012 at 06:03 PM
They don't call it the Grand Old Party for nothing!

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