Eugene Cook for Huntington Supervisor

Eugene Cook for

Huntington Supervisor

News Release from Eugene Cook

 PO Box 4312 ♦ Huntington, NY  11743

                                                                                                            For Immediate Release

                                                                                                            August 3, 2021

Contact: [email protected]

STOP LIPA PETITIONS FOR EUGENE COOK FOR HUNTINGTON TOWN SUPERVISOR UP HELD BY NEW YORK STATE SUPREME COURT

JUDGE JOHN LEO

HUNTINGTON, LONG ISLAND –  Today, New York State Supreme Court Judge John Leo ruled that Huntington Town Councilman Eugene Cook’s name will be on November’s ballot, for the Huntington Supervisor race, on the STOP LIPA line. Huntington Republican candidate Edmund Smyth’s challenge has been denied to knock Eugene Cook off this year’s ballot. 

“I am excited to be part of our democracy at work, this is what our forefathers wanted, the right to choose; and with Judge John Leo’s decision Huntington voters will have choices in this year’s race for Supervisor.  I am proud to be part of a  grassroots effort started by Huntington voters, that includes balanced and diverse support from members of all political parties.”, stated Eugene Cook. 

“I’m honored to run for Huntington Supervisor on the STOP LIPA line. It’s not only about the tax increase faced by taxpayer because of the settlement with LIPA, but ensuring Huntington’s economic future remains strong while still providing the services that the Town requires. The goal is to preserve the quality of life that makes the Huntington community attractive to not only the residents that live here, but the businesses who line our Main Streets, as well as the visitors who frequent our Town. “, said Eugene Cook

“It’s time government respected our residents, business owners and taxpayers by listening to them and working with them to build the Huntington they desire.”, stated Eugene Cook  “ I look forward to this year’s election and listening to Huntingtonians to find out what they want for Huntington’s future.” 

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