Town of Babylon 2023 Election: Only Two Races This Year

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The Town of Babylon has elections this year, like every other Long Island town — but there’s only two races on the ballot.

The Town of Babylon encompasses a portion of southwest Suffolk County, bordering Nassau County to the west.

It includes the villages of Babylon, Amityville, and Lindenhurst.

It also includes Captree, Copiague, Deer Park, East Farmingdale, Gilgo Beach, North Amityville, North Babylon, North Lindenhurst, Oak Beach, West Babylon, Wheatley Heights, and Wyandanch.

Town of Babylon 2023 Races

One of the two races in the Town of Babylon this year is the Town Clerk race, which Jennifer Montiglio is running for uncontested as a Democrat, Republican, and Conservative candidate.

Montiglio is Babylon’s incumbent Receiver of Taxes.

There is also Babylon’s council race.

Town Council: Vote For Two (2) Candidates, Four Year Term

  • Du Wayne Gregory (incumbent): Democratic, Conservative
  • Terence F. McSweeney (incumbent): Democratic, Conservative
  • Jarod B. Morris: Republican
  • Kevin V. Sabella Sr.: Republican
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For the Press’s roundups of other Long Island town races, visit the links below.

Town of Hempstead 2023 Election

Town of North Hempstead 2023 Election

Town of Oyster Bay 2023 Election

Town of Southold 2023 election

Town of Riverhead 2023 Election 

Town of East Hampton 2023 Election

Town of Brookhaven 2023 Election

Town of Islip 2023 Election

Town of Shelter Island 2023 Election

Town of Huntington 2023 Election

Town of Southampton 2023 Election

Town of Smithtown 2023 Election

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