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Come meet our State Senate Candidate Tim Gavin

May 1, 2022

Come meet our State Senate Candidate Tim Gavin at the DTC tent outside Samuel Staples on May 3!  A Connecticut native, Tim is a Distinguished Military Graduate of Yale University and he spent four years serving in the US Army as an Active Duty Infantry Platoon Leader. Since leaving the Army, Tim has worked in … Read more

April 8 at Art Laske’s barn

May 1, 2022

After a long winter break, Easton Democrats got together to celebrate spring on April 8 at Art Laske’s barn.  We heard from Rep. Jim Himes, State Rep. Anne Hughes, and our State Senate candidate Tim Gavin before the music started on a beautiful spring night. Sign up for our newsletters so you won’t miss the next DTC … Read more

Support the sale of the South Park parcel to the Aspetuck Land Trust

May 1, 2022

Your voice is essential to support the sale of the South Park parcel to the Aspetuck Land Trust to protect this very special land in Easton forever. The proposal already has bipartisan support from your BOS, Planning and Zoning Committee, and South Park Advisory Committee, as well as Citizens for Easton. Showing up to vote … Read more

Town Referendum Tuesday May 3 at Samuel Staples 6am – 8pm

May 1, 2022

Easton Democrats made history last November when 56% of of us turned out in support of our candidates in the municipal elections. And this Tuesday, May 3, we need the same level of enthusiasm to pass our town and school budgets, as well as a critical proposal to sell the most environmentally fragile parcel of … Read more

A Statement from the Easton Democratic Town Committee

June 23, 2020

Racial justice is a human right that continues to be violated in our country. The Easton DTC is grieved and outraged by the countless murders of black men and women, and collectively mourns the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Rayshard Brooks. . . and of so many more Black, Indigenous, and People … Read more

Easton’s Xenophobic Elected Official

May 25, 2020

EASTON’S XENOPHOBIC ELECTED OFFICIAL May 25, 2020 Easton, CT —The Easton Democratic Town Committee disagrees strongly with Easton Board of Finance member Michael Kot’s April 29 letter about COVID-19.  Among many outrageous comments, we are most alarmed by Mr. Kot’s mention of the “Chinese-created pandemic.” These inaccurate and xenophobic words show complete disregard for Easton’s … Read more

Historic Democratic Win and Many Firsts in Easton, CT

November 8, 2019

HISTORIC DEMOCRATIC WIN AND MANY FIRSTS IN EASTON, CONNECTICUT November 8, 2019 Easton, CT — David Bindelglass, an orthopedic surgeon from Easton, Connecticut, has been elected as the Town’s first Democratic First Selectman in 36 years.  Along with Selectman Bob Lessler, who was re-elected to his eleventh term as Selectman, they will form the first … Read more

A Public Response from David Bindelglass Regarding Recent Letters & Your Vote

October 30, 2019

Dear Easton voters, Tom Herrmann, Adam Dunsby, and the Republican Town Committee, in a letter dated October 30th and another dated November 1st, seek to divide our town with scare tactics and misrepresentations about your Democratic neighbors.  The Republican leadership on the Board of Selectmen, including Kristi Sogofsky, refused to allow discussion of the April … Read more

Clear Differences Between Easton’s Candidates This Municipal Election

October 28, 2019

Vote Row A for Easton Democrats There are very clear differences between the Democratic and Republican candidates. The Democratic candidates want to work with the town’s citizens to responsibly move our town forward. We will lead with transparency as we seek to find additional revenue sources so we can improve our Senior Tax Relief Program … Read more

Spotlight Feature Series: Meet Gloria Bindelglass, Candidate for Constable in Easton, CT

October 9, 2019

You’ve Been Involved in the Community for Some Time Now. Can You Share More About Your Work and Service? I’m currently a member of the Library Board, and the healthcare consultant for the Easton Community Center. I’ve served as Commissioner for the Easton EMS, and spent the majority of my career as an emergency department … Read more