JOIN US FOR A CAMPAIGN RALLY FOR THE 2019 MUNICIPAL ELECTION
with special guests...
Congressman Jim Himes and Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz
You are Invited:
Saturday: 1 PM at the SSES Gazebo (Next to the ball fields)
Mark your calendars for Sat, 9/7 as you are invited to our canvassing rally from 1-2pm when Easton Democrats start the 2019 campaign season. There will be lemonade, cookies, and lawn games – so come out and meet your neighbors and state representatives!
The rally will launch our municipal elections campaign with a gathering at the Gazebo of the Samuel Staples Elementary School fields located at 515 Morehouse Road in Easton. After the rally, volunteers will set out to knock on doors on behalf of the sixteen Democratic candidates for important municipal positions including First Selectman, Selectman, Board of Finance, Tax Collector, and more.
The Easton DTC expects the following representatives and candidates to be in attendance:
Jim Himes, U.S. Representative for Connecticut’s 4th congressional district
Susan Bysiewicz, Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut
David Bindelglass, Candidate for First Selectman of Easton
Bob Lessler, Candidate for Selectman of Easton
Anne Hughes, State Representative for Connecticut’s 135th district
Devon Keefe Wible and Tara Donnelly Gottlieb- Candidates for Board of Finance of Easton
We hope to see you there, and thanks for supporting Easton Dems, our candidates and our community!
Every year the Connecticut Democratic Party hosts its annual spring fundraiser, known as the Bailey Dinner. This year, on June 21st, we were joined by keynote speaker, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, in Hartford. The fundraiser proved to be a wonderful opportunity for our attending members and this year’s summer interns to connect with one another and meet regional Democrats for a festive night of networking. More than 10 of Easton’s Democratic Party attended the event.
Speaker Pelosi’s keynote address discussed the investigations led by House Democrats into President Tump’s businesses, campaign, and his presidency, as well as concerns about his potential criminal-linked activities and the steps being taken to address those.
Also honored that evening, Nancy DiNardo, the first female Connecticut Democratic Party Chair, with the William A. O’Neill Award.