Bosworth Looks To Second Term


With just a year under her belt as Town of North Hempstead Supervisor Judi Bosworth knows at least one  thing: she will be seeking a second term.
Bosworth announced her intentions for the first time publicly while being interviewed by the Port Washington News.
“I love the job and the opportunity to work with people and make their life the best as possible,” Bosworth said in explaining her intentions to run in November of this year, as her two-year term expires.
The town supervisor, who estimates she works between 60 and 70 hours a week, strategizing, holding meetings, being out in the community and even sending emails at 3 or 4 a.m., says she has has found her niche in this “24/7 job,” despite it being “a very, very tough one.”
“When I’m here I know I am home,” she said of her office at Town Hall. “North Hempstead is an amazing place. The commitment of the people that live and work here is incredible.”
There are 240,000 people in the Town of North Hempstead and large socioeconomic differences and even though not all are not Bosworth fans, she still feels she serves “each and every one of them. I am here to represent the best interests of the people of the Town of North Hempstead and I take that very seriously.”

(For more of the interview with Judi Bosworth, see next week’s Port Washington News)