As election day edges closer in Danbury, education will be one of the foremost issues for the candidates to address. Danbury faces highly publicized issues overcrowding issues in city schools, and the Hat City's youth population has continued to grow as other CT communities see theirs dwindle. Dean Esposito is...
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MILFORD — A Republican school board candidate is crying election fraud after incorrect zip codes were used on absentee ballot application return envelopes mailed to thousands of residents. William Legere III, who is running for the Board of Education in District 3, said he now questions the integrity of the...
NEW HAVEN — At what’s still an early stage in the process, there’s plenty of New Haven in the running to see who will replace outgoing Secretary of the State Denise Merrill, with former alder and city official Jackie James definitely in and Health Director Maritza Bond and Alder Darryl Brackeen both considering runs.
Republican Dean Esposito is running for Mayor of Danbury, a seat left open for the first time in decades with the retirement of Mark Boughton, after he served ten consecutive terms. In 2019, Boughton won re-election with 8,598 votes to his Democratic opponent’s 7,372. Esposito serves as chief of staff...
BRISTOL – Bristol Democrats had a campaign kickoff and grand opening of their headquarters at 430 North Main St. Saturday morning with Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz, area candidates and supporters. Bristol Mayor Ellen Zoppo-Sassu said the headquarters would likely be open in the evenings on weekdays and open on Saturdays...
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Being in Sheehan’s class of 2018 and a full-time student at Quinnipiac, I would bring a student perspective to the board. I was Sheehan’s Student Council president and serve on several committees with the school district. I am a board member/food pantry leader at The Rock Church and am a board member at the United Way and YMCA. I will focus on an equitable and inclusive environment for all and finding the best uses of our budget and facilities. Contact info: email@example.com, 203 208 8534, Facebook/Twitter/Instagram @DoeringforBoard.
Tara Carr is a Republican candidate for First Selectman in Brookfield, CT. She's running against the current first Selectman Steve Dunn, and an unaffiliated candidate, Austin Monteiro. During election season, the Ethan and Lou Show likes to give listeners in the Greater-Danbury area, a deeper look at their candidates. Each year before November 2, we try and get as many of them on as possible.
NORWALK, Conn. — Mayor Harry Rilling knows he’s not a shoo-in, he said Saturday. Norwalk Democrats held a campaign kickoff in the Town Green, where Rilling told the assembled faithful – about 40 people – that they need to get out the vote this fall. “It can’t be said enough....
Capitol Report: Primary election results from across CT this week create match-ups-to-watch for Nov.
(WTNH) — Last week, primary elections were held in cities and towns across Connecticut with some interesting results. Usually, a school board primary gets as much attention as the race for town dog catcher, but that was not the case in Guilford this week. A slate of five Republican candidates...
NAUGATUCK — The Democratic Town Committee on Sept. 15 endorsed Shagufta Zahid to run for burgess in the November election in the place of Deputy Mayor Laurie Taf Jackson. Jackson, 56, withdrew from the race in August due to personal reasons and family obligations. She is in her fifth term on the Board of Mayor and Burgesses, and served as deputy mayor the last two terms.
New Haven Register
BRIDGEPORT — It was not how Raymond Collette hoped his burgeoning political career would be remembered, but as of this week he became the “blink-and-you’ll-miss-him” member of the City Council. With less than a month on the job, his tenure was cut short by his primary loss Tuesday and now...