Articles Tagged ‘Lee Zeldin’


The Price Long Island Paid for The Iraq War

Corporal Christopher Levi, an Army Ranger, is lucky to have made…

Lawmakers look to repeal MTA Payroll tax

Long Island Pols Seek to Repeal MTA Payroll Tax

Lawmakers huddled together at the Theodore Roosevelt Executive & Legislative…

Does Long Island Approve of Same-Sex Marriage?

NYS Approves Same-Sex Marriage: But Does Long Island?

For Frank DeBiase and Tom McCoy of Farmingdale, the attraction…

Off The Reservation: Political Football

The Republicans are inching closer to control of the New York State Senate. This is less of an ideological victory of sorts than it is an interesting development in the ongoing power-play of regional interests. At stake are redistricting and determining the identity of the “third man” in the room in Albany. For Long Islanders, it’s about money.

LI State Senate Races: Zeldin Ousts Foley, Johnson-Martins a Close Call

One of Long Island’s two Democratic New York State senators lost their bids for re-election Tuesday while the other is in a contest that is too…


Election Guide 2010: Long Island’s State Senate and Assembly Races

What’s at stake in next Tuesday’s election is huge for…