Town of North Hempstead Supervisor Jon Kaiman isn't answering questions regarding the Nassau county executive race, which became a little more crowded this week.
Repeated requests were made by Patch to the supervisor's office asking for a response to the announcement Wednesday that Democrat Tom Suozzi has officially entered the race.
Kaiman, a Democratic former lawyer from Great Neck with an established campaign committee set up to explore a run for the county executive position, has remained silent.
Calls and messages left with Kaiman's staff were not returned Wednesday while across town at the Nassau County Supreme Court building, Nassau Democratic Chairman Jay Jacobs signaled the Democratic Party's backing of Suozzi in his bid to reclaim the seat he lost to Ed Mangano in 2009.
Roslyn School Board member Adam Haber announced his bid for county executive in January setting up a Democratic primary in September.
"We will do everything that we can to win that primary," said Jacobs in Mineola regarding Suozzi's run.
Leaving Kaiman, it seems, to reevaluate the situation.