Welcome to The Easton Democratic Town Committee Website


“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

 

Remember to Vote on Nov 6th

Connecticut must STAY BLUE  Please vote!!!!

We have a fantastic slate of Democrats up for election for local and national offices.  This is a critical election.  The Blue Wave of change starts with you.  Please vote in support of the Democratic ticket and remember to vote by absentee ballot if you can’t be at the polls on 11/6.   If the Republican President stays in office and we have a Republican Governor, there will be no fire wall against his attacks on the values and Democratic institutions we hold dear. 

The Easton DTC has endorsed these candidates. 
Please clink the links next to the candidate to learn more about them.

National:
Senator Chris Murphy, chrismurphy.com
Congressman Jim Himes,  himesforcongress.com

State:
Ned Lamont for Governor,  nedlamont.com

Susan Bysiewicz for Lieutenant Governor, susanforct.com
William Tong for Attorney General, williamtong.com

Michelle Lapine McCabe Senatorial Candidate for CT’s 28th District, michelleforct.com
Anne Hughes for CT State Representative Candidate for District 135, annehughesproactivect.org

Local Representatives:
Ira Kaplan for Easton Selectman, iraforeaston.com
Lori Underberger for Judge of Probate, loriunderbergerforprobatejudge.com
David Smith, Registrar of Voters

Ira Kaplan Q&A on 10/22

If you missed the Q&A with Ira and the other candidates running for the Selectman’s seat, click below to learn more about Ira’s positions and ideas for Easton.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/Ira

 

Sample Ballot for The Easton CT
Midterm Elections

To preview the ballot you’ll see on 11/6, click on the link below

Easton, CT Voter Ballot

Voter Registration Information and
Absentee Ballots
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

Please take a look around our site to learn more about us!

Header “Staples Sunset” photo courtesy Doug Bilinski
Group photo courtesy of PopIN

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