County Candidates

  • Member of Nassau County Legislature
    District: 03

    Legislator Carrié Solages (D-Elmont) is currently serving his second term in the Nassau County Legislature, representing the 3rd Legislative District. The 3rd Legislative District is comprised of Elmont, Valley Stream, South Floral Park Inwood and a portions of Lawrence & N. Woodmere.

  • Member of Nassau County Legislature
    District: 05

    Debra Mulé is embarking on her first term as a Nassau County Legislator. Debra is a longtime Freeport resident and community leader who has taken pride in representing a cross-section of the village's diverse population throughout her public service career.  She was elected to the Freeport Village Board of Trustees in March of 2015 and also served on the Freeport School Board., She has received a Bachelor’s Degree in Music from the College of William and Mary and earned a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the Virginia Commonwealth University.

  • Member of Nassau County Legislature
    District: 10

    Ellen Birnbaum is serving her second term as Legislator for the 10th District which includes the entire Great Neck Peninsula, Manhasset Hills, the Village of North Hills, and parts of Albertson, Garden City Park, Herricks, Manhasset, North New Hyde Park and Searingtown. She is a lifelong resident of Nassau County and a 36 year resident of Great Neck. Ellen has devoted her career to public service.

  • Member of Nassau County Legislature
    District: 11

    Delia DeRiggi-Whitton is serving her third term as Nassau County Legislator, first being elected in 2012. As of 2014, Legislator DeRiggi-Whitton became Legislator of the newly re-districted 11th LD, which incorporates Sands Point, Port Washington, Roslyn, Roslyn Harbor, Glen Head, Glenwood, Sea Cliff and Glen Cove.

  • Nassau County District Attorney
    District: Countywide

    A deep commitment to fairness, integrity, and justice guide Madeline Singas as Nassau County District Attorney, just as they have throughout her 27-year career as a prosecutor. Elected in 2015, District Attorney Singas serves as the chief law enforcement official serving Nassau County’s 1.3 million residents. She manages a staff of more than 350 attorneys, investigators, and support staff prosecuting and investigating approximately 30,000 criminal cases annually to ensure that Nassau remains one of the nation’s safest suburban counties.

  • Nassau County Legislature
    District: 1

    Kevan Abrahams (D-Hempstead) has served as a Nassau County Legislator in the 1st Legislative District, after decisively winning his seat with a resounding victory in 2002. When first elected in 2002, Abrahams was the youngest legislator ever elected to the Nassau County Legislature.

  • Nassau County Legislature
    District: 10

    Ellen Birnbaum is serving her third term as Legislator for the 10th District which includes the entire Great Neck Peninsula, Manhasset Hills, the Village of North Hills, and parts of Albertson, Garden City Park, Herricks, Manhasset, North New Hyde Park and Searingtown. She is a lifelong resident of Nassau County and a 36 year resident of Great Neck. Ellen has devoted her career to public service.

  • Nassau County Legislature
    District: 11

    Delia DeRiggi-Whitton is serving her third term as Nassau County Legislator, first being elected in 2012. As of 2014, Legislator DeRiggi-Whitton became Legislator of the newly re-districted 11th LD, which incorporates Sands Point, Port Washington, Roslyn, Roslyn Harbor, Glen Head, Glenwood, Sea Cliff and Glen Cove.

  • Nassau County Legislature
    District: 12

    Michael Pesce was born and raised in Massapequa, lived in Farmingdale for 4 years after college, and currently lives in Massapequa with his wife Samantha and their children Paul and Bobby.  As a lifelong Massapequa and Farmingdale resident, Michael is intimately familiar with and deeply imbedded in the local community. 

  • Nassau County Legislature
    District: 13

    Jennifer is a member of the firm of Schlissel Ostrow Karabatos, PLLC.   She was admitted to the Bar in December 1998.  She is a graduate of the State University of New York at Albany (magna cum laude; Phi Beta Kappa) and Brooklyn Law School (magna cum laude).  Upon her graduation from Brooklyn Law School, Jennifer was the recipient of the West Publishing Company Award for outstanding Overall Scholastic Achievement and the Judge Nathan R. Sobel Prize.    

  • Nassau County Legislature
    District: 14

    Michael Maloney, a nearly life-long resident of Garden City, is seeking to represent District 14 on the Nassau County Legislature. With more than 70,000 residents, District 14 encompasses Garden City, Garden City South, Carle Place and portions of Westbury, Jericho, Hicksville, Bethpage, Plainview, West Hempstead, Hempstead and Franklin Square.

  • Nassau County Legislature
    District: 15

    I decided to run for County Legislature because I felt that the values of middle-class workerwere not being recognized.  The 15thLegislative District - Levittown, Salisbury, East Meadow, and Wantagh - are middle-class neighborhoods, full of teachers, fireman, policeman, and union workers.  Reading about the incumbent it mentioned that he was a lawyer.  Far too many politicians are lawyers, I suppose there is some sense to that:  if you studied law, you might be the person to make the law.  However, they may be out of touch with the struggling middle class.

  • Nassau County Legislature
    District: 16

    Legislator Arnold W. Drucker is currently serving his second term as Nassau County Legislator for the 16th Legislative District, following his victory in a Special Election in November 2016 after the sudden passing of former Legislator Judith Jacobs. Legislator Drucker is proud to serve the communities of Plainview, Old Bethpage, Jericho, Syosset, Woodbury, Hicksville, Old Westbury, and Roslyn Heights. He serves on five Legislative Committees: Finance, Government Services and Operations; Planning, Development, and the Environment; Public Works and Park; and Health and Social Services.

  • Nassau County Legislature
    District: 17
  • Nassau County Legislature
    District: 18

    Legislator Josh Lafazan, at 23 years of age, became Nassau County’s youngest-ever legislator upon his election to the Nassau County Legislature in November of 2017. He is currently serving his first term, where he represents Nassau’s 18th Legislative District.

    Josh graduated from the Harvard Graduate School of Education with a Master’s Degree in Education Policy and Management in May 2017, and from the Cornell University ILR School with a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial and Labor Relations in May 2016.

  • Nassau County Legislature
    District: 19
  • Nassau County Legislature
    District: 2

    Siela A. Bynoe became Nassau County Legislator for the Second Legislative District after winning a February 11 special election in early 2014. Siela is a 40-year resident of Nassau County and Westbury resident.

  • Nassau County Legislature
    District: 3

    Legislator Carrié Solages (D-Valley Stream) is currently serving his third term in the Nassau County Legislature, representing the 3rd Legislative District. The 3rd Legislative District is comprised of Elmont, Valley Stream, South Floral Park Inwood and portions of Lawrence & N. Woodmere.

  • Nassau County Legislature
    District: 4

    Jeffrey Saxon is running for Nassau County Legislature to improve the community for his neighbors, friends, and young family.

  • Nassau County Legislature
    District: 5

    Debra Mulé is embarking on her first term as a Nassau County Legislator. Debra is a longtime Freeport resident and community leader who has taken pride in representing a cross-section of the village's diverse population throughout her public service career.  She was elected to the Freeport Village Board of Trustees in March of 2015 and also served on the Freeport School Board., She has received a Bachelor’s Degree in Music from the College of William and Mary and earned a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the Virginia Commonwealth University.