Freeport Mayor Andrew Hardwick runs for re-election against his former ally, Robert Kennedy, a board of trustees member. After a controversial term between the mayor and trustees, and a mudslinging race between Kennedy and Hardwick, residents will make their final decision at the polls on March 19. Hardwick will be running on the independent line.
Freeport Mayor Andrew Hardwick. (July 10, 2012) (Credit: Chris Ware)
Andrew Hardwick, mayor of Freeport (July 10, 2012) (Credit: Chris Ware)
Freeport Mayor Andrew Hardwick runs for re-election against Robert Kennedy, a board of trustees member. (Credit: Handout)
Freeport Mayor Andrew Hardwick listens during a meeting in Freeport. (July 10, 2012) (Credit: Chris Ware)
Mayor Andrew Hardwick apologizes for his meeting with Salvadoran Vice President Salvador Sanchez Ceren. Freeport residents protested Ceren's visit due to the vice presidents participation in anti-American demonstrations after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. (Aug. 20, 2012) (Credit: Jessica Rotkiewicz)
At a press conference held at Freeport Village Hall in honor of El Salvador Vice President Salvador Sanchez Ceren's visit to the area, Mayor Andrew Hardwick (center) stands with Ceren (right) and Dr. Edwin Guzman. Hardwick apologized for this meeting after residents protested Ceren's participation in anti-American demonstrations after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. (Aug. 8, 2012) (Credit: Amanda Ostuni)
Ray Thomas, left, representing Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano's office, Freeport Mayor Andrew Hardwick and Nassau County Legis. Kevan Abrahams attend a Martin Luther King Day event at Faith Baptist Church Cathedral in Hempstead. (Jan. 16, 2012) (Credit: Newsday/Audrey C. Tiernan)