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Welcome!

SCDC logoWelcome to our site! For your convenience and ease of use, the new Suffolk County Democrats site has been redesigned from the ground up to work on all devices, from desktop to mobile phone.

Please take a look at some of our features, including the officials directory, candidate finder and our event calendar to find events near you. We are dedicated to making participation in our democratic process as easy and as convenient as possible and this site is one of the many tools we'll be be using to help make our government truly one "of the People" - that means you!

Over 1,000 residents of Suffolk's ten towns are members of the Suffolk County Democratic Committee. We are the volunteers whose grassroots activities give our candidates the edge in tough campaigns. We are united by principles and philosophy and we work together to make sure that our elected officials embody our beliefs.

Volunteer for Your Democratic Congressional Candidate!

May
3
2016

The election is Tuesday, November 8th. Polls will be open from 6AM to 9PM.

If you would like to check your registration status or find your polling location, use the following link:

http://voterlookup.elections.state.ny.us/

If you would like to volunteer for a candidate, please use the links below:

NY-01 Candidate:
Anna Throne-Holst- http://annathrone-holst.com

NY-02 Candidate:
DuWayne Gregory- http://duwaynegregory.com

NY-03 Candidate:
Tom Suozzi- http://suozziforcongress.com| read more ??

Councilwoman Mary Dudley Campaign

Sep
9
2016

Councilwoman Mary Dudley has started her campaign for election in November. Mary was appointed by the Shelter Island Town Board to fill the term left by Ed Brown after he stepped down. In her own words, "As Councilwoman, I bring my life experiences, a strong sense of what is right, a well-balanced perspective, and my love for Shelter Island. I believe in completing the job-at-hand and doing it well."| read more ??

Shelter Island welcomes Speaker Nancy Pelosi at Throne-Holst event

Anna Throne-Holst and Pelosi on Shelter Island
Sep
9
2016

Shelter Island Democrats and friends welcomed Anna Throne-Holst, CD #1 Candidate and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on the morning of September 4th at Governor Carey's house on Shelter Island. Despite the threats of Tropical Storm Hermine, Anna's supporters were welcomed with sunshine and a pleasant breeze. A large crowd gathered to hear them speak about the importance of this East End Congressional District in this highly polarized election year.| read more ??

Jim Gaughran calls for changes in Oyster Bay ethics laws

Sep
8
2016

A Democratic state Senate candidate is calling for changes in ethics laws to address scandals in Oyster Bay town government.

Jim Gaughran proposed allowing recall elections for officials who engage in corrupt behavior that undermines a municipality?s finances.

?My common sense proposal would help ensure that voters are given great power in kicking corrupt officials out of office,? said Gaughran, who is challenging Sen. Carl Marcellino (R-Syosset).

Oyster Bay is reeling from scandals involving an influential restaurateur, a former town official and financial problems that triggered a ratings agency to recently downgrade the town?s debt to ?junk bond? status. It?s the only town in the state given that rating by Standard & Poor?s.

Gaughran?s proposal feeds off Oyster Bay?s downgrade,...| read more ??