Silverman, a 59-year-old Huntington attorney, challenged Marcellino and lost in 2000. This time, the former Long Island Rail Road Commuter Council chief says foremost among his goals would be getting MTA spending in check. He sets himself apart from his opponent by taking a pro-gay marriage stance.
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