Voters Re-elect Hughes, Scott and Hwang


Voters in Easton and surrounding towns have re-elected three incumbents to represent them in the Connecticut General Assembly. Democrat Anne Hughes retained her 135th House District seat, Republican Tony Hwang won re -election to represent Senate District 28, and Republican Tony Continue reading “Voters Re-elect Hughes, Scott and Hwang”

Easton’s Unofficial Voting Results Posted to Town Website

While the voting results for surrounding towns and cities across the state continue to be counted, the unofficial results from Easton’s two voting districts have been posted on the town website.

According to these unofficial results, Easton cast 2,089 votes for Republican incumbent Continue reading “Easton’s Unofficial Voting Results Posted to Town Website”

Election Day Update: Easton Voters Turning Out In Large Numbers

Residents may have been voting differently, but everyone at Samuel Staples Elementary School seemed to agree that Easton voters were turning out in high numbers for today’s election.

Republican Registrar of Voters Dori Wollen and Democratic Selectman Bob Lessler both agreed that Continue reading “Election Day Update: Easton Voters Turning Out In Large Numbers”

Easton Voters Head to the Polls

On Tuesday, Nov. 8, registered Easton voters will vote for candidates for governor, the U.S. senate, secretary of the state, state treasurer, Connecticut’s fourth congressional district, State Senate District 28, and either House District 135 or House District 112.

Voting will Continue reading “Easton Voters Head to the Polls”

Reminder: Monday, Nov. 7 Is the Last Day to Apply In-Person for an Absentee Ballot

On November 8, 2022 Electors will cast their votes for: Governor and Lieutenant Governor, United States Senator, Representative in Congress, State Senator, State Representative, Secretary of the State, Treasurer, Comptroller, Attorney General, Judge of Probate, and Register of Voters.

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Tony Scott (R), House District 112, Candidate Bio and Statement

The Easton Courier invited candidates running for state office representing Easton to submit a bio and a platform statement. Tony Scott is the State Representative for the 112th District, which now includes parts of Easton and Trumbull based on the state’s newly drawn redistricting Continue reading “Tony Scott (R), House District 112, Candidate Bio and Statement”

Anne Hughes (D), House District 135, Candidate Bio and Statement

The Easton Courier invited candidates running for state office representing Easton to submit a bio and a platform statement. Democratic incumbent Anne Hughes is running against Republican challenger Alex Burns for Connecticut’s 135th House of Representatives district.


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Alex Burns (R), House District 135, Candidate Bio and Statement

The Easton Courier invited candidates running for state office representing Easton to submit a bio and a platform statement. Republican challenger Alex Burns is running against Democratic incumbent Anne Hughes for Connecticut’s 135th House of Representatives district.


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Hughes and Burns to Debate Nov. 1 in Redding

The League of Women Voters of Redding is hosting a debate between candidates for State House District 135 (Anne Hughes, Democrat, and Alex Burns, Republican) and State Senate District 26 (Ceci Maher, Democrat, and Toni Boucher, Republican) on Nov. 1 at 7 p.m. at the Redding Community Continue reading “Hughes and Burns to Debate Nov. 1 in Redding”

Tony Hwang (R), State Senate District 28, Candidate Bio and Statement

The Easton Courier invited candidates running for state office representing Easton to submit a bio and a platform statement. Republican incumbent Tony Hwang is running against Democratic challenger Tim Gavin for Connecticut’s 28th district state senate seat.

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