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Congressman Tim Bishop
Tim Bishop represents New York’s First Congressional District which spans the eastern end of Long Island from Smithtown to Montauk Point. A lifelong Long Islander, he is proud of his record of hard work and effective constituent service. He works seven days a week and has hosted more than 100 Town Hall meetings throughout his district. He was first elected to Congress in 2002, and has been re-elected by strong majorities ever since.
Dan Panico, Brookhaven Town 6th District Councilman
Council District Six consists of Mastic, Mastic Beach, Shirley (parts of), Smith Point, Moriches, Center Moriches, East Moriches, Eastport, Manorville, East Yaphank (parts of), Calverton, Ridge (parts of), Brookhaven Hamlet (parts of).
Ed Romaine, Supervisor Town of Brookhaven
Ed Romaine was elected Brookhaven Town’s 70th supervisor in a special election November 6, 2012. He earned a B.A. in History from Adelphi University and a Masters in History from Long Island University.
Edward Hennessey, Assemblyman 3rd District
Edward J. Hennessey was elected to the 3rd Assembly District in November 2012. Prior to his election, Edward began his legal career as a prosecutor in the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office and served on the Brookhaven Town Council.
Kate M. Browning, Suffolk County Legislator
Elected Suffolk County Legislator for the 3rd Legislative District. Represents areas of the Mastics, Moriches, Shirley, Yaphank, Bellport, Brookhaven, Medford, Ridge, and Middle Island, and Coram. Party affiliation: Working Families Party.
League of Women Voters of Brookhaven
The LWV is a national organization with state, county, and local leagues throughout the 50 states. It is a non-partisan organization that encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
Lee Zeldin, 3rd Senate District
Elected State Senator for the 3rd Senate District which includes Mastics, Moriches, and Shirley. Party affiliation: Democratic
Suffolk County Board of Elections
The Suffolk County Board of Elections is committed to encouraging voter participation, administering fair and accurate elections, regulating disclosure and limitation, and protecting the rights of voters within Suffolk's jurisdiction. In addition to supporting the laws and regulations governing elections, as set forth by the State of New York, Suffolk County Board of Elections is determined to advocate proper campaign practices in accordance with Fair Campaign Code.
Town of Brookhaven
Brookhaven Town has 10 elected officials including the Supervisor, six Town Council members, a Town Clerk, Superintendent of Highways, and Receiver of Taxes.
Tri Hamlet Leadership Council
The Tri Hamlet Leadership Council is an unincorporated association which, in response to Hurricane Sandy, has been organized by a coalition of community groups to assess and help meet the disaster relief needs of local residents. Funding related to the activities of the Leadership Council will be administered by The William Floyd Community Summit, a federally registered 501(c)3 public charity. The working body of the organization will consist of 10 committees