The League of Women Voters of Port Washington-Manhasset (LWV) will co-sponsor a Candidates Forum with the Shelter Rock Forum of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock (UUCSR) at the UUC in Manhasset on Tuesday, October 7, at 6:30 pm. Candidates will discuss their qualifications for the US Congressional District 3, NYS Senate District 7, NYS Assembly Districts 13 & 16, and Town of North Hempstead Council District 2. All voters are encouraged to attend to learn their candidates’ positions on important issues and to ask questions.
Candidates will discuss their qualifications for the following offices.
US Congressional District 3
Congressman Steve Israel* (D, I, WF)
Grant Lally (R, C)
NYS Senate District 7
Senator Jack Martins* (R, C
Adam Haber (D, WF)
NYS Assembly District 13
Assemblyman Charles Lavine* (D, I, WF)
Louis Imbroto (R, C)
NYS Assembly District 16
Assemblywoman Michelle Schimel* (D, I, WF)
Douglas Lee (R, C)
TNH Council District 2
Councilman Peter Zuckerman* (D, I, WF)
Bonnie Parente (R, C)
Asterisks (*) indicate incumbents. Parentheses indicate which political parties endorse them: Democrat (D), Republican (R), Conservative (C), Green (G), Independence (I), and Working Families (WF).
Voting Districts & Candidate Information
Voters can find out which voting districts they are in by entering their address at Vote 411.org. Several weeks before the election, they will also be able to find out where to vote and get details about the candidates running in their districts.
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation is located at 48 Shelter Rock Road in Manhasset between Northern Boulevard and the LI Expressway. Entrance is through white gates on the west side of the road. Directions can be found here.
These forums are sponsored, free of charge, as a public service by the League of Women Voters of Port Washington-Manhasset (lwvofportwashington–manhasset.org) and the Shelter Rock Forum of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation (uucsr.org). For additional information, call 516-627-0831 or e-mail email@example.com.
The League of Women Voters is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization open to both men and women, which encourages citizens to participate in government and to influence policy through education and advocacy.