Ex-Nassau County Executive Tom Suozzi and U.S. Rep. Gregory Meeks (D-Queens) won Long Island Democratic congressional primaries Tuesday, but a third local race was too close to call, according to unofficial results. Suozzi decalred victory with 36 percent of the vote in the crowded field of five Democrats seeking to replace outgoing U.S. Rep. Steve Israel (D-Huntington), who’s not seeking re-election. Meeks, who represents part of Nassau County, easily fended off Democratic challenger Ali Mirza, a publicist and county worker. But former Southampton Town Supervisor Anna Throne-Holst had a slim 29-vote lead over opponent David Calone, a former federal prosecutor turned venture capitalist.
Voters who are registered Democrats will cast their ballots to decide who wins their party line in three Long Island Congressional primary elections on Tuesday, June 28. What follows is a voters’ guide profiling each of LI’s nine Democratic Congressional primary candidates.
Context was often lost between the pace of coverage and testimony jumping around between dates, blurring significant moments in the timeline of the conspiracy. Seen in full, it offers a revealing look at the raw power that money has in The Empire State's politics, and the abuse of this state's most trusted offices to capitalize on this power toward a lawmaker's personal objectives.
At the end of the day, Queens and Long Island are really just like two arch enemies who secretly both love each other deep down. Frenemies, if you will. I’ll make fun of you all day but don’t worry, I’ve got your back when Jersey butts in.
A Queens teenager was arrested for allegedly breaking into a Uniondale home, demanding cash from a resident and swinging a wooden paddle at the...
A 31-year-old Saint Albans man was killed when he crashed his motorcycle while trying to pop a wheelie in a parking garage at Roosevelt...
The couple allegedly forced the victims to perform sex acts on men at massage parlors in West Hempstead and Franklin Square.
At least 20 drone incidents were reported to authorities on Long Island amid debate over how to regulate the new technology.
Demetri Stewart allegedly helped his friend, Oneile Sharpe, flee after Sharpe allegedly drove drunk and caused a crash that killed three.
The vote come nearly two years after NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden disclosed mass surveillance at home and abroad by the surveillance agency.