Posts Tagged ‘ Election ’

State Incumbents and challengers poised for November

May 25, 2016
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Southington Politics

By TAYLOR HARTZSTAFF WRITER State conventions have already been held, and Connecticut’s political parties are scrambling for the June 7 deadline for endorsing candidates for state and district offices. For Southington voters, that means three state senate races and two state representative races are coming into focus for the November election. Southington has four legislators currently…

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Southington primary polling information for Tuesday, April 26

April 22, 2016
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Southington Politics

On Tuesday, April 26, the State of Connecticut will be holding the primary elections for the 2016 Presidential election this November. Southington’s polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Primary and General Elections are held at all 11 polling places. District 1 South End School, District 2 JFK Middle School, District 3 Derynoski…

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Election office announces official results

November 4, 2015
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Southington Politics

By TAYLOR HARTZ STAFF WRITER Though the Republicans have earned a super majority on the Town Council – earning six of nine seats – Democrat Chris Palmieri seemed to be the town favorite, earning the most votes of any council candidate – 5,0664 Town Chairman Michael Riccio, (R), came in a close second, earning 4, 950…

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Democrats swept across the board

November 4, 2015
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Democratic party leader Ed Rosenblatt counts the early results at the Mason Hall in the center of town.

By JOHN GORALSKIEDITOR Preliminary numbers have been counted, and the Democrats will continue to serve as the minority party on every town board for the next two years. The Democrats were quietly watching the numbers being logged onto the spreadsheet at their Election Day gathering at the Mason Hall downtown when someone rushed in with the…

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Republicans maintain control: Both town referendums pass easily

November 4, 2015
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Southington Republicans cheer for the election results as they are posted at Friends Cafe in Southington. On Tuesday, Nov. 3, town Republicans swept the town elections, maintaining control of every board. BOE member Terry Lombardi and Republican leader Brian Callahan, front, applaud the tally.

By TAYLOR HARTZSTAFF WRITER According to preliminary numbers, Republicans will maintain control of the Town Council for two more years, narrowly winning a super majority by 53 votes. In a crowded room at Friends Café, Republican candidates and supporters cheered as the first round of numbers began to come in, revealing a lead in Republican votes.…

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Meet the 2015 Board of Education candidates

October 21, 2015
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Southington Politics

We asked Southington Board of Education candidates the following questions: 1) What was the most important challenge or issue faced by the Board of Education over the last term? How did you handle it or how would you have handled it? 2) What is the most important issue ahead of us, and how will you…

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Meet the Southington Town Council candidates

October 15, 2015
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Southington Politics

We asked Southington Town Council candidates the following questions: 1) What was the most important challenge or issue faced by the Town Council over the last term? How did you handle it or how would you have handled it? 2) What is the most important issue ahead of us, and how will you handle it…

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Voter registration open through Tuesday, Oct. 27

October 14, 2015
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Southington Politics

In order to vote in the State Election on Nov. 3, you must complete your voter registration by Oct. 27. Registration can be completed in person, by mail or online. Special in-person voter registration sessions will be held at the Registrar of Voters Office Election Department, located in Town Hall at 75 Main St., from…

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BOE candidates named for November election: Registrar will hold public lottery on Aug. 26 to decide order of names on ballot

August 21, 2015
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Southington Politics

By TAYLOR HARTZSTAFF WRITER Southington Republicans and Democrats have announced their candidates for the Board of Education (BOE) for this November’s election. The BOE will see five Republicans, Brian Goralski, Colleen Clark, Patricia Queen, Terry Lombardi, and Terri Carmody run for re-election, alongside Democrat incumbents Dave J. Derynoski, Patricia P. Johnson and Zaya G. Oshana Jr.…

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Republicans, Democrats announce November candidates

August 13, 2015
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Southington Politics

By TAYLOR HARTZSTAFF WRITER The race has begun for Town Council, boards and commissions elections, with candidates announced by both parties. Republican town councilors Michael Riccio, Chairman, Cheryl Louns-bury, Vice Chairperson, Victoria Triano, Tom Lombardi, and Paul Champagne will seek re-election, with Ed Pocock III returning the to election ballot following his retirement from his position…

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