Just try to imagine East Hampton without its bays, waters, and ocean beaches! Just try to imagine East Hampton without its bays, waters, and ocean beaches!
Just try to imagine East Hampton without its bays, waters, and ocean beaches!
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… which is why we’ve made code enforcement a top priority. … which is why we’ve made code enforcement a top priority.
... which is why we’ve made code enforcement a top priority.
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…which is why we are preserving historical structures in Sag Harbor. …which is why we are preserving historical structures in Sag Harbor.
...which is why we are preserving historical structures in Sag Harbor.
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… which is why we have acted aggressively to get the club scene under control. … which is why we have acted aggressively to get the club scene under control.
... which is why we have acted aggressively to get the club scene under control.
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Here’s just a partial list of what we’ve accomplished … Here’s just a partial list of what we’ve accomplished …
Here’s just a partial list of what we’ve accomplished ...
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A message from Councilwoman Sylvia Overby about airport noise. A message from Councilwoman Sylvia Overby about airport noise.
A message from Councilwoman Sylvia Overby about airport noise.
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…which is why we have acquired over 200 acres of open space, farmland, water access, and wetlands throughout town. …which is why we have acquired over 200 acres of open space, farmland, water access, and wetlands throughout town.
...which is why we have acquired over 200 acres of open space, farmland, water access, and wetlands throughout town.
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…which is why we are working hard to improve social services. …which is why we are working hard to improve social services.
...which is why we are working hard to improve social services.
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The Era of Trump and Ryan

In the era of Trump and Ryan, Americans are facing a threat to the very essentials of Democracy. The good news is that as always in our country people of liberal politics are making themselves heard in outrage. All around the country, and particularly in Suffolk County many groups are showing unparalleled determination and organization. East Hampton Democrats are working with this extraordinary base of allies to turn outrage and activism into winning elections. Our committee has been honing its skills, reaching out to new leadership and growing its base. In the last election we registered 400 new local Democrats and topped the county in percentage of Democratic votes for President and Congress. Since then, we have elected a young new co- chair Ilissa Meyer to join long time leader Jeanne Frankl. After an intensive strategic planning process we established three main goals: election of a Democratic town board, defeat of Congressman Lee Zeldin in 2018 and effective reorganization of our Committee to meet the challenges. Every action is in service of those goals.

2017 News Updates

The Annual Easter Egg Hunt

The Democrats of East Hampton held their annual Easter Egg Hunt at Herrick Park. The weather cooperated by presenting the Dems with a lovely spring day. Besides the hunt, there were games that the children delighted in, and it looks like the adults were enjoying the festivities as much as the kids. The pictures are a testimony that a good time was had by all…but we’ll never tell who the Easter Bunny was!img_7634-1 img_7628 img_7622 img_7590