The East Hampton Town Republican Committee is honored to announce the endorsement of the below candidates.
Supervisor: Kenneth I Walles of Montauk
Town Council: George B Aman of East Hampton
and Joseph B Karpinski of Amagansett
Clerk: Carole A Brennan
Assessor: Eugene DePasquale
Justice: Steven Tekulsky
Highway Superintendent: Stephen K Lynch
Willy Wolter of East Hampton
James C Grimes of Montauk
Lona Rubenstein of Amagansett
The East Hampton Town Republican Committee has nominated a slate of candidates that include Republicans and Democrats that are ready to tackle the real issues that face East Hampton. Our candidates believe in open transparent government that is responsive to all. The EHTRC priorities in selection 1. Leadership 2. Personal investment to our community 3. Professional accomplishment.
Ken Walles is a successful Montauk hotel owner with a long, impressive record in the private sector. Ken understands the importance of economic and fiscal balance to make the government work positively and productively.
George Aman, as Amagansett School Superintendent, educated a generation of our community’s children. George brings a deep understanding of each of our communities and the struggles facing our families.
Joe Karpinski as father and husband of a young family, is a local business owner and member of the Amagansett Fire Department for over a decade also served as Captain for the Ambulance Squad. Joe faces every day the hardships of raising young children and challenging choices many of our local families must make.
This year the choice is clear…bring integrity and ethical conduct to East Hampton Town Hall by voting for
Kenneth I Walles Supervisor
George B Aman Councilman
Joseph B Karpinski Councilman
If you want to make a difference to move East Hampton forward for all its residents, we want you to come to join us to help make the town government responsible and responsive. If you are interested in a better East Hampton regardless of your political party affiliation, contact me at 631-324-0528 and screen for the open positions.
The East Hampton Republican Committee is the local party dedicated to working families, a living wage, environmental conservation, equality, diversity, and economic development for all. We believe in bipartisan solutions regardless of financial status or political party affiliation. Access to the town government should not be based on what you can afford or how much you donate to a national or local political party. Town government should be fair, equitable, open, and transparent to all.
Come and check us out at our next monthly meeting. We will not judge, nor will we demand that you follow a National, State, or NYC political doctrine. Let us work together for a better East Hampton for all.