A league is out there, making sure citizens make the right decision – The League of Women Voters, that is.
The public is invited to the group’s annual candidate interviews beginning Monday, October 7, at 7 PM when Suffolk County Legislature candidates Bridget Fleming and Linda Kabot square off at the Hampton Bays Senior Center at 25 Ponquogue Avenue.
Wednesday, October 16, at 7 PM, two candidates for the East Hampton Town supervisor and four town board candidates will answer questions at the East Hampton Library.
The next day, Southampton Town supervisor and town board candidates will take center stage at Southampton’s Rogers Memorial Library at 91 Coopers Farm Road.
The debates are organized by the league’s Voter Services Committee, chaired by Barbara McClancy of Amagansett and co-chaired by Anne Marshall of Bridgehampton. Information will be distributed on New York state’s new early voting dates and times, as well as other election reforms passed this year by the state Legislature. The League of Women Voters can be reached at 631-324-4637.