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Stay Out of My Space! 2020 Stay Home Event! Sept 15th to Oct 1st


Stay Out of My Space! 2020 Stay Home Event!

Date: September 15th to Oct 1th 2020

Time: Anytime!

Location: Your home! Your backyard! The end of the driveway! Anywhere there is nobody else! 

Please join us to support our 2020 Smithtown Democratic Candidates by not coming to a Zoom and by contributing $75 instead!

Stay in, binge more Netflix – and support the Smithtown Dems!

Order in from your favorite restaurant – and support the Smithtown Dems!

Invite your Dog, invite your Cat – and support the Smithtown Dems!

Please Become a Sponsor:
Lawn Sign Supporter $500  - Virtual Phone Bank Supporter $300 

Social Media Supporter $200 - Campaign Supporter $100

Sponsors will be posted on the Smithtown Democrats Facebook...| read more ››

Black Lives Matter


Black Lives Matter

The Smithtown Democrats actively support the peaceful protests sponsored by Black Lives Matter and the NAACP in response to racial injustice. 

The abuse and fatalities caused by racial bias, perpetuated by institutional protection, must come to an end.

To accomplish this, we must acknowledge that racism has been part of the culture since the creation of the United States.  

We stand with every American who holds equality and freedom as fundamental values to be defended and cherished.   ...| read more ››

Governor Cuomo Issues Executive Order Recognizing Juneteenth as a Holiday for State Employees


Governor Will Advance Legislation to Make Juneteenth an Official State Holiday Next Year

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today issued an Executive Order recognizing Juneteenth as a holiday for state employees, in recognition of the official emancipation of African Americans throughout the United States. The Governor will also advance legislation to make Juneteenth an official state holiday next year.

"Friday is Juneteenth - a day to commemorate the end of slavery in the United States - and it's a day that is especially relevant in this moment in history," Governor Cuomo said. "Although slavery ended over 150 years ago, there has still been rampant, systemic discrimination and injustice...| read more ››