Gluck, 53, of Southold, is running on the Libertarian line and is making his first bid for political office. He is a graphic artist who runs a design business and also sells real estate. He has served as vice president of the North Fork Chamber of Commerce and executive director of the North Fork Promotion Council.
- Gluck would like to see less government and more fiduciary responsibility and budget accountability. Taxes have doubled in the last 10 years, he said, and he'd make sure there's a better return on money being spent.
- The town needs more affordable housing so businesses can find workers to hire, he said.
- Better bus service and more regular train service is needed, along with a shuttle to serve the area north of Route 48 to get people to the bus line on the main road, he said.