The League of Women Voters Huntington has invited candidates for both the Town of Huntington positions and the Suffolk County Legislature to debate.
First Debate: Oct. 18
The first debate is set for Oct. 18, and the League has invited town council candidates to come. The Town of Huntington has four candidates running for Town Council this year, and two of the four will be elected. It also has a receiver of taxes race and a town clerk race.
According to the League of Women Voters, candidates Jen Herbert and Don McKay, both running for Huntington Town Council, have agreed to attend the debate. Jillian Guthman, a candidate for Huntington’s receiver of taxes position, has also agreed to attend.
Both candidates for Huntington’s town clerk race, Andrew Raia and Linda Davis-Valdez, have agreed to attend.
The first debate will be hosted at Walt Whitman High School on 301 West Hills Road from 7 to 9 p.m.
Second Debate: Oct. 24
The second debate is set for Oct. 24, and the League has invited candidates for the Suffolk County Legislature to attend.
Every seat in the Suffolk County Legislature is open this year.
Candidate Catherine Corella and Legislator Tom Donnelly, both running for election in the 17th District, have agreed to attend.
Dr. Eve Kreif, a candidate for Suffolk County’s 18th legislative district, has also agreed to attend.
The second debate will be hosted at Harborfields Public Library on 31 Greenlawn Road, from 7-9 p.m.