The Governor of Georgia signed a bill two weeks ago that brought tears of joy to the ghosts of Jefferson Davis and Nathan Bedford Forrest. Governor Brian Kemp claimed it was to reduce election fraud, even though no evidence of election fraud was offered or even manufactured for the Continue reading “Column: Georgia”
The following unofficial voting results are for the town of Easton only:
A more detailed breakdown is included in the following PDF posted on the Town of Easton website:
In our first interview with David Carroll, the Courier explored the Easton native’s journey to reclaim his data from Cambridge Analytica, the now-defunct British political consulting firm that was involved in an illegal data collection scandal prior to the 2016 U.S. presidential Continue reading “David Carroll Q & A: Data and Democracy”
Easton is celebrating its 175th birthday this year. Our journey began in 1762 as North Fairfield. Renamed “Easton” in 1845, the town continued to grow, thrive, and become the special place it is today. The success story didn’t happen in isolation. Easton’s everyday survival necessitated Continue reading “Op-Ed: Moving Forward Together”
FAIRFIELD, CT: State Senator Tony Hwang (R-28) received the unanimous and enthusiastic backing of Republicans from Fairfield, Westport, Weston, Easton and Newtown to run for his fourth term serving the Connecticut General Assembly’s 28th Senate District.
Receives Unanimous Support from Easton, Fairfield, Newtown, Weston, and Westport Delegates
FAIRFIELD, CT – On Tuesday evening, Michelle McCabe secured the Democratic nomination for the 28th State Senate District representing Easton, Fairfield, Newtown, Weston, and Westport.
For the last two months Former State Representative John Shaban has been part of an effort to distribute surgical masks to people in need. The masks were secured through funding by anonymous republican donors. Shaban is running for reelection to the State House seat Continue reading “Shaban Delivers Masks, Urges Compassion and Confidence”
Secretary of the State Denise Merrill has released Connecticut’s plan for the Aug. 11 primary and Nov. 3 general elections in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Merrill said she is taking action to ensure that access to voting is a reality for all voters, no matter the circumstances. Continue reading “Merrill Releases ‘Safe, Secure and Accessible’ Election Plan”