Published in Newsday on 2/2/2008
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The forum is to give members of the community a chance to discuss their reactions to the recent racist/sexist/homophobic remarks in the “Low Tidings” column in The Independent, their reaction to the apology issued by the paper, and what they feel should happen next. All are welcome.
· EEGO ( East End Gay Organization)
· pton Anti-Bias Task Force
· Eastern Long Island
· Anti-Bias Task Force
Friday, February 8th at 7:00pm
@ Hayground School
Bridgehampton, NY 11932
Please RSVP to Lisa Votino-Tarrant at or
*Please note: This is a non-partisan event. Although the subjects of the column were political candidates, we believe the words affect the community on a different level and will be addressing only this at the meeting. The views made by the audience in no way reflect the views of the Hayground School .
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About 33% of the 254,000 registered Dems cast ballots in Tuesday's primary according to un-official results from the Suffolk Board of Elections
They chose Hillary Clinton by a large margin as their choice for the Democratic nomination.
Sen. Clinton received 62% of the votes to Barack Obama's 35%. Also receiving votes although they dropped out were: John Edwards 1.4%, Bill Richardson 1%, Dennis Kucinich 0.7% and Joe Biden 0.3% of the total 85 thousand votes cast for the individual candidates.
Delegates to the National Convention pledged to Senator Clinton received the bulk of the votes in each of the County's Congressional districts.
John McCain received the majority of the approximately 57 thousand votes cast for individual candidates. About 19% of the 304 thousand registered Republicans voted. McCain received 54% of these votes, Mitt Romney 27%, Mike Huckabee 7%, Ron Paul 6.8% and 'New York's favorite son' Rudy Giuliani 4.2%.