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Ed Smyth
For Senate

As Town Councilman, Ed Smyth has worked to protect the character of our community by fighting back against overdevelopment and enacting term-limits for local politicians.

Ed sees firsthand that our values are under attack from New York City politicians. You can trust him to push back and fight for Long Island.

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Ed Smyth sees firsthand that our values are under attack from New York City politicians.

We can trust him to push back and fight for us.

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Newsday Endorsment

For the past decade, the Town of Huntington, where Republican Edmund J. Smyth is a board member, was vexed with a property-tax appeal lawsuit filed on the Northport Power Plant. The …

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Smyth Calls for Independent Investigation into Nursing Home Deaths

Earlier today, I joined Senator Boyle to call for an independent investigation into nursing home deaths during the pandemic. Democrats covered up the deaths of thousands of senior citizens. Before …

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Protect Those Who Protect Us

It was my pleasure to stand with my colleagues and our men and women in law enforcement this afternoon at Suffolk PBA Headquarters to call on Democratic lawmakers to pass …

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Newsday Endorsment

For the past decade, the Town of Huntington, where Republican Edmund J. Smyth is a board member, was vexed with a property-tax appeal lawsuit filed on the Northport Power Plant. The …

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Smyth Calls for Independent Investigation into Nursing Home Deaths

Earlier today, I joined Senator Boyle to call for an independent investigation into nursing home deaths during the pandemic. Democrats covered up the deaths of thousands of senior citizens. Before …

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Newsday Endorsment

For the past decade, the Town of Huntington, where Republican Edmund J. Smyth is a board member, was vexed with a property-tax appeal lawsuit filed on the Northport Power Plant. The …

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