“Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.”
—President Barack Obama
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Your participation in this year’s local and statewide elections have turned Easton from a small “red” town to a mighty “purple” one! Your vote helped elect Anne Hughes as our State Representative — Easton’s first Democrat in the State House since the 1970s. And because of your hard work for our shared values, for the first time, Easton re-elected Jim Himes to the United States Congress.
Easton must build upon these significant gains. Democratic turnout was up 33% from the previous year and 70% from the presidential elections in 2016. This significant growth is the how we are turning Easton blue!
We know that Easton can build Democratic leadership to steward Democratic ideals and values in our government and civic life.
Please join us to support this growth and lead the change we need. Click the link below to donate.
Thanks to your support, Connecticut is BLUE
Congratulations Representative Anne Hughes and Congressman Jim Himes
Voter Registration Information and
From the Registrar, David Smith
The Registrar’s office is open Monday from 8:30-12:30, and Friday from 9:00 to 1:00pm. Would be electors can register online, or go to the Town Clerk’s Office for an application, daily between 8:30 and 4:30 (except during lunch, 1-2pm). You can register online anytime by going to the Registrar’s site on the Town website, or go to the Secretary of State’s website, SOTS@ ct. Gov.
There are various other times as well as the election draws closer.
For additional questions or times, please call 203-268-6291 ext 171 to reach David.
Easton is a free thinking community and proud of it. So are we as Democrats.
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