1. Volunteer

East Hampton Democrats need volunteers to help us elect Peter Van Scoyoc for Supervisor, re-elect Councilwoman Kathee Burke-Gonzalez and Jeff Bragman to the Town Board. The candidates put up by the Republicans offer neither the experience nor the commitments to sustain and continue their achievements in maintaining the Town’s unique heritage and sensitive environment; protecting our quality of life in the face of challenges from ruthless big business and irresponsible tourism; providing needed support for working people, children and seniors; managing a government unparalleled in fiscal prudence and civility and enforcing our laws.

To support this year’s campaign, we are enlisting:

  • Writers and artists to develop literature and posters
  • Computer techies to enhance our social media
  • Video makers
  • Fundraising and benefit specialists to compete with the opposition’s well financed campaign
  • Foot soldiers working door to door and on the phone to get out the vote
  • Hosts for parties to showcase our candidates

Please volunteer your time and skills to this effort by calling Vice-chair Betty Mazur at (631) 267-8392 or click here to contact The Committee


2. Be Informed

Get to Know the Committee Persons in Your Election District

Click here to learn more …

Attend and Watch East Hampton Town Board Meetings

Work sessions: held the first three Tuesdays of the month in Town Hall at 10 a.m. Town Board members discuss issues and upcoming legislation.

Business Meetings: Held the first and third Thursdays of the month at 6:30 p.m. at Town Hall or the Fire Department in Montauk.  At these meetings, the Board schedules and holds public hearings on proposed legislation and passes laws and resolutions. There is a public session, usually first or early in the agenda, in which any member of the public may speak on any subject for up to 3 minutes.

Meetings in Town Hall are televised live and may also be seen later on TV Channel 22. Click here to see a list of past meetings on video as well as agendas and minutes from the Town Clerk.

For additional information about the Town Board, visit the Town’s website at www.town.easthampton.ny.us

Attend and Watch East Hampton Town Trustees Meetings

The East Hampton Board of Trustees meets on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at 6 p.m. in the Trustee’s office on Bluff Road, Amagansett. Meetings are now televised live on Channel 22.

For information about the Trustees, visit their website, www.ehtrustees.com.  Also see the
website of the joint Democratic/lndependence Party slate of candidates for election to that Board in November, 2015.

3. Become a Member of the Democratic Town Committee

  • The Democratic Town Committee is the official organization of the Democratic Party in East
  • We meet the third Wednesday of each month at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Amagansett, New York. Meeting begins at 7 pm with refreshments served prior to the meeting. (Insert Map)
  • The Committee proposes candidates for town offices and collects signatures for the petitions required to enable local, state and national candidates to run for office
  • Membership in the committee is open to all persons registered in East Hampton as Democrats.
  • To become a voting member, one must obtain signatures on a petition from 5% of the
    registered Democrats in one of the 19 East Hampton election districts. There are opportunities to serve in some election districts. Petition forms and information on carrying them may be obtained from Committee Vice-chair Betty Mazur, 631 267-8392 or directly from the Suffolk County Democratic Committee.
  • Membership will afford an opportunity to be directly involved in this year’s campaign. For information on a complete list of our 2017 candidates click here


4. Contribute

Campaigns cost money. Please Donate.

Are you a driven fundraiser who can enlist others in the community to support our efforts to preserve the place they love? Help us get others to donate.  We need your energy and smarts. Call Naomi Salz: 631 324-3420.