Early voting is a month away in an important East Hampton Town Board election, and so far, the real issues have been difficult to sort out amid the noise. Personal grudges have a lot to do with it, in that two of the candidates for supervisor, Peter Van Scoyoc and Jeff Bragman, openly dislike each other, to put it mildly. This has clouded what should have already been a contrast of ideas. The other supervisor candidate, Ken Walles, appears to be a placeholder for the Republican side, which otherwise might not have fielded anyone for the post. But these men alone add up to a single town board seat. Unfortunately, the five people contesting two council members’ positions have also been mostly silent on what matters to voters so far.