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Tom is a hometown guy, born and raised in Sayville with deep roots in our community.   He's a husband and father raising his daughter in Bayport with his wife Caite.

Tom is the son and grandson of small business owners and an advocate for small business.

Tom is an environmental attorney who is fighting to protect our coastline and clean-up pollution.

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Saturday, May 4, 2019 8:41 PM

Campaign Kickoff a Success

The Islip Town Democratic Committee hosted the official campaign kickoff on April 17th at The Drift Inn in East Islip. The sold out event was hosted by the town committee with special guest speaker, Suffolk County Democratic Committee Chairman Rich Schaffer along with special guests Senator Monica Martinez and Legislator Sam Gonzalez.


Friday, April 5, 2019 8:25 PM

Sayville Attorney Tom Murray Announces Run for Supervisor

Attorney Tom Murray Challenges Incumbent Republican
Islip Town Supervisor in November Election
Vows to Reject All Campaign Contributions from Developers and Others with Town Business

Bayport, NY – Bayport resident,Democrat Thomas Murray will challenge incumbent Republican Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter in the 2019 November election. Murray, 31, an environmental attorney and community activist, will campaign on a platform demanding zoning policies that consider large and mid-sized construction projects as a whole to better understand how multiple projects will impact traffic, school districts, the environment and the historic character of hamlet communities in the town. 


Saturday, March 23, 2019 8:45 PM

Campaign Kickoff

Tom Murray and the Islip Democratic Town Slate will be holding its campaign kickoff.


Tuesday, November 27, 2018 6:08 PM

Islip Town Supervisor Carpenter apologizes for remark on taxes

Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter apologized publicly for a comment she made comparing the town’s tax increase for homeowners to “a couple of lattes at Starbucks.”
She issued the mea culpa during last Tuesday’s town board meeting after Bayport resident Tom Murray criticized her while speaking during the time allowing public comments.
The Town Board on Nov. 8 unanimously passed a $234.6 million 2019 budget that increased homeowners’ annual taxes by an average of $28.
Carpenter told News 12 Long Island earlier this month, the tax hike is akin to “a couple of lattes at Starbucks.”


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