Raspantini said voters should support his candidacy because he is “completely independent.” “I have no attachments to any big business developers, there’s no one in my back pocket, I have no family members that work at Town Hall, I’m completely here, 100 percent for the people and have no intentions of leading government that is not honest, so I will be 100 percent honest and transparent with the people,” he said.
Raspantini, 36, of Huntington, is running on the End Corruption in Huntington Party line. The lifelong Huntington resident holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from Hofstra University and is the owner of a real estate development company and multimedia video newsreel production company. He is a past board member of the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce. He is not married.