The Easton Republican Town Committee had its biennial caucus on Tuesday, Jan. 4 to select members of the committee. As your Chair, I want to thank those who have served over the years with their time, talent and dedication to the party.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Rules of the Republican Party and State of Connecticut Election Laws, there will be a caucus of the enrolled Republicans of the Town of Easton, Connecticut, on Tuesday, January 4, 2022, to be convened at 7:00 p.m. Continue reading “Notice of Republican Town Committee Caucus”→
This November 2 Easton can vote for an experienced, dedicated, and loyal group of Republicans. We are proud of our slate which includes decades of service to Easton and a few inspired newcomers unhappy with the way they see things progressing.
The Easton community gathered at Samuel Staples Elementary school on Oct. 17 to attend a debate by the Region 9 Board of Education candidates. You can watch the Facebook live recording of the debate here.
The Courier will publish candidate bios and statements for the Tuesday, Nov. 2 municipal election. The election will take place from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Samuel Staples Elementary School, 515 Morehouse Road, Easton. Our coverage includes candidates in contested and uncontested races Continue reading “Easton Courier Voter Guide”→
The Easton Democratic Town Committee and the the Easton Republican Town Committee have agreed to hold three official, moderated candidate debates prior to the municipal elections on Tuesday, Nov. 2. The goal has been to give voters as many opportunities as possible to meet the candidates Continue reading “Dates Set for Municipal Candidate Debates”→
Volunteer Fire Department Chief Steven Waugh, who is retiring after decades of serving the town of Easton, received a standing ovation Saturday evening, Oct. 2, at the Easton Republican Town Committee’s Annual Dinner.