President of the United States
"We are in a battle for the soul of America. It’s time to remember who we are. We’re Americans: tough and resilient. We choose hope over fear. Science over fiction. Truth over lies. And unity over division. We treat each other with dignity, we leave nobody behind, and we give hate no safe harbor. We are the United States of America. And together, there is not a single thing we cannot do." Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. is born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, the son of Catherine Eugenia Finnegan Biden and Joseph Robinette Biden, Sr., and the first of four children. When Joe is 10, the Biden family moves to Claymont, Delaware, to look for better work. It becomes the state Joe calls home. Joe enrolls at the University of Delaware, where he double majors in history and political science. He goes on to Syracuse University, where he earns his law degree. At age 29, Joe becomes one of the youngest people ever elected to the United States Senate. Weeks later, tragedy strikes the Biden family when Neilia and Naomi are killed and Hunter and Beau are critically injured in an auto accident.
Vice President of the United States
The first Black and Indian American woman to represent California in the United States Senate, Kamala Harris grew up believing in the promise of America and fighting to make sure that promise is fulfilled for all Americans. Kamala’s father immigrated to the U.S. from Jamaica to study economics and her mother immigrated from India. Kamala’s mother told her growing up “Don’t sit around and complain about things, do something,” which is what drives Kamala every single day. Kamala started fighting for working families in the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office, where she focused on prosecuting child sexual assault cases. From there, she became the first Black woman elected as San Francisco’s District Attorney. In this position, she started a program to provide first-time drug offenders second chances with the opportunity to earn a high school degree and find a job.
US House - (NY-01)
Suffolk is home. It’s where I raised my two daughters, both of whom are proud graduates of Ward Melville HS. It’s where I work. For the past twenty-two years, I have taught at Stony Brook University, and for the past two and a half years, I have been the chair of the Chemistry Department at Stony Brook. Suffolk is where I built my life. But right now, DC politicians are pushing an agenda that hurts the place we love and the people we care about. To protect Suffolk we have to fix Washington. As a mom and scientist.
New York State
NYS Supreme Court Justice
-I have 24 years experience as a litigator -I am a former Assistant Suffolk County Attorney -I was in private practice for 22 years handling and litigating real estate matters, contracts, divorce actions, family court , estate matters and negligence I served on the Law Guardian Panel for my entire time in private practice -I served as a Receiver and a Referee -I was Principal Law Clerk for the Honorable Stephen J. Lynch in the new York State Court of Claims from 2013-2016 -I was elected to the Suffolk County Family Court in 2016 -I have been deemed qualified to serve as a Supreme Court Justice and Family Court Judge by the Suffolk County Bar Association on three occasions, and most recently on July 9, 2020 -I am a member of the Suffolk County Bar Association, the Suffolk County Women's Bar Association, and the Women's Bar Association of New York
NYS Supreme Court Justice
Valerie Cartright is a Councilwoman in the Town of Brookhaven and an attorney. Throughout her legal career, she has gained invaluable legal experience in the areas of construction law, insurance defense, general civil and criminal law, civil rights, family, education and labor and employment law. Her previous affiliation with the Law Offices of Frederick K. Brewington allowed her to make large-scale impacts on the community while serving to preserve the civil rights and liberties of those individuals whose rights have been violated. One of the most fulfilling areas that she has worked in is the area of Voter Protection, wherein, through her office, she commenced litigation to uphold the Voting Rights Act and worked diligently to prevent unconstitutional and discriminatory denial of voters on Long Island.
NYS Supreme Court Justice
NYS Supreme Court Justice
Derrick J. Robinson is an Acting County Court Judge who presides over the Drug Court and the Mental Health Courts. These treatment court provide and opportunity for individuals to confront problems with addiction and work to reclaim futures. Prior to becoming a judge was appointed by Andrew Cuomo to the New York Office of the Attorney, as an Assistant Attorney General, where he worked out of the Nassau County Regional Office. He was in the litigation group and responsible for representing State officials, agencies and employees, in the State and Federal Courts on a wide range of issues.
NYS Senate - 1st SD
Born and raised in Suffolk County, Laura Ahearn is a New York State Licensed Attorney and Social Worker with over 20 years of crime victim advocacy experience and 10 years of assisting victims with crime victim compensation claims. Laura Ahearn has dedicated her life to protecting and fighting for our most vulnerable. Laura is tough, smart, and fair. Recognizing that sex crime victims and other victims of violent crime were not receiving justice and services they were entitled to Laura founded The Crime Victims Center, Parents for Megan’s Law, a not-for-profit victim’s and community rights organization that has worked to prevent crime and provide services to crime victims in Suffolk County and across New York State for over twenty years.
NYS Assembly - District 2
Laura Jens-Smith grew up in Port Jefferson Station. She received her Associates Degree at Phillips Beth Israel School of Nursing. Upon graduation, Laura began working as a nurse in the Cardiac Care Unit at Beth Israel Medical Center. While working night shifts as a Recovery Room nurse, Laura returned to school and received her bachelor’s degree from Pace University. Laura is a mother of two grown children and lives with her husband in Laurel.
Suffolk Legislature (1st LD)
Al Krupski runs a small business, Krupski’s Pumpkin Farm, and serves on the Southold Town Board. In his 28 years of public service, Al has established a strong record of bipartisan leadership and was asked by his colleagues from different parties to serve as Deputy Supervisor. Now, Al is running for county legislator because he knows what it takes to help small businesses and protect our way of life.
Suffolk County Legislature (2nd District)
Bridget was first voted into public office when she was elected to the Southampton Town Board in a Special Election in March 2010 and won reelection in 2011 for a four-year term. On the Town Board, Bridget kept good jobs on the East End by sponsoring a law that requires utility companies to remove dangerous and unsightly utility poles. She worked to create and enhance economic opportunities throughout the town, promoting youth training in sustainable building trades and fresh produce retailing. She was a champion for landmark legislation to protect working farms, and real action on much-needed affordable housing development. In 2009, Bridget received Sustainable Long Island’s “Getting it Done Award” for her success in establishing a youth-run farmer’s market in a neighborhood that otherwise had no access to fresh produce.
Suffolk County Clerk
Southampton Town Council
I’m Tommy John Schiavoni. I’m a husband, father, teacher and Suffolk County native. I was born and raised on Long Island, and I’ve been working to strengthen its communities, economies and environment my whole adult life. For three generations, my family has operated a plumbing and heating business in Sag Harbor. At age twelve, I joined the family business and learned valuable skills that I’ve taken with me for life. Growing up on construction sites surrounded by master tradesmen instilled in me the importance of a strong work ethic, a spirit of community service and the desire to find pragmatic solutions to problems — mechanical or otherwise.
NYS Executive Branch
Governor of New York State
Throughout his life, Andrew Cuomo has been a forceful voice for change in New York. His lifelong commitment to hard work, public service, and the people he serves has led to Andrew's recognition as a true innovator and a principled and determined leader.
Lieutenant Governor of NY
Former Congresswoman Kathy Hochul enthusiastically accepted Governor Cuomo’s call to return to public service by running as his choice for Lt. Governor. She is currently traveling across New York, listening to the concerns of citizens, elected officials, small business owners and farmers. Once elected, Kathy plans to focus her attention on continuing the success of the Governor and work with the Regional Economic Development Councils to attract and retain business to create much-needed jobs, and address the skills gap to ensure our citizens, particularly in pockets of poverty, have access to the higher-paying jobs.
On February 7, 2007, Thomas P. DiNapoli was sworn in as the 54th Comptroller of the State of New York. Since taking office, Tom has fought to protect taxpayers -- aggressively identifying government waste, holding public and private institutions accountable, and working to restore the public’s trust in the Comptroller’s office.
NYS Attorney General
Tish James is currently serving in her second term as the Public Advocate for the City of New York. She is the first woman of color to hold Citywide office in New York City. As Public Advocate, she serves as a watchdog over New York City government agencies, and an advocate and lawyer for the City’s most vulnerable and disenfranchised communities. As Public Advocate, Tish has transformed the office to be a real engine of reform and progress. Her office has handled over 32,000 constituent complaints and passed more legislation than all previous Public Advocates combined, including groundbreaking legislation that bans questions about salary history from the employment process to address the pervasive gender wage gap.
Throughout his career, Charles “Chuck” Schumer has fought to make government work for all Americans by cutting through red tape and finding common-sense solutions to challenges facing the middle- class. Chuck has become known for his tireless work to reduce crime, increase economic opportunity, and expand access to higher education, affordable health care and housing.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is a proud New York Democrat. She is running a grassroots campaign to fix our economy and improve life for the middle class and working families across New York. Kirsten remains committed to bringing her grassroots campaign to every New Yorker and working tirelessly on behalf of the Empire State.