Welcome to the Easton, CT Democratic Town Committee
David Bindelglass & Bob Lessler
Elected First Selectman and Selectman
Official Results by Office:
Congratulations to Easton on our record participation on voting day!!
Votes Cast: 2811 (49.4% of registered voters)
First Selectman: David Bindelglass
Selectman: Bob Lessler, Kristi Sogofsky
Town Clerk: Christine Halloran
Town Treasurer: Christine Calvert
Tax Collector: Krista Kot
Board of Finance (Full Term): Andrew Kachele, Paul Skrtich
Board of Education (Full Term): Randy Hicks, Katy Reed
Board of Ed (To fill vacancy for 4 years): Jon Stinson
Board of Assessment Appeals: John Miranda, Scott Charmoy
Zoning Board of Appeals: James Wright, Stephanie Christie
Constables: Anthony Farmer, Irv Silverman, Declan Kot, Darrin Silhavy,
(cont'd) Eric Frank, Gloria Bindelglass, David Katz
Library Board (Full Term): Adrienne J. Burke, Veronica Rozo
Library Board (To fill vacancy for 4 years): Paul Wizda
Library Board (To fill vacancy for 2 years): Shari Pearlman
Region 9 Board of Education: TBD pending recount 10/12
“I’m proud to support David Bindelglass for Easton First Selectman and Bob Lessler for Selectman. I know they will find creative ways to preserve all the best of Easton while tackling tough problems like property taxes. They won’t be afraid to investigate new sources of revenue and consider new ideas to make sure Easton’s future is as wonderful as its past.
There’s another reason I’m going to vote for Dave and Bob. As a farmer, I’m worried about global warming. It affects everything I do: planting, watering, pest control, harvesting. I see the changes every season and I worry about our future. I know Dave and Bob will voice their support to protect our environment and the entire earth, as well as what we love right here in Easton.”
– IRV SILVERMAN
“I’ve known David Bindelglass as a friend and fellow surgeon for 20 years. An incredibly dedicated and hard-working surgeon, he is clearly beloved by his patients and has been a highly-respected and admired leader in the medical community for decades. All these qualities will make David an outstanding First Selectman for Easton.” – Mary Provost, M.D.
Endorsed by Congressman Jim Himes
Tara Donnelly Gottlieb
Candidate for Board of Finance
Dr. Bindelglass and his family have lived in Easton for 25 years. Dave is a long-standing involved member of the community. He is a surgeon-leader at Bridgeport Hospital and has a natural instinct to lead and is a proven and prudent leader. He knows how to bring people together in order to work towards an equitable solution. Dave’s intimate knowledge of what Easton needs to improve our town, combined with his natural leadership skills, will be a vital asset for his role as First Selectmen. I fully endorse Dave’s candidacy. -Vincent Mase
2019 DTC Slate
Have we got a fantastic group of candidates for you!
“What’s at stake [in this election] is the sustainability of Easton’s future: our educational system, our environment, our finances, and our community. The Democratic slate is ready to make a difference for the next generation.”
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EASTON TRAILBLAZERS Series
Easton has the enviable distinction of attracting and producing excellence. Perhaps it is the right blend of small town community, commitment to educational excellence for our children, or the soothing balance of rural life which inspires and brings so many together to lend their minds and lead with their hearts, to help make our community exceptional. Through our Easton Trailblazers Series we will be celebrating our fellow citizens for the contributions they make not only to us, but to the world.
LEADING IN HARTFORD
Easton Resident and State Representative for the 135th District
On November 8th, 2018 Easton resident Anne Hughes delivered a major upset to the political status quo, winning the election for State Representative of the 135th District, covering Easton, Weston, and parts of Redding.
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