Letter: What Is Going on Inside the Easton RTC?

To the Editor:

Dear Members of the Easton Republican Town Committee: You may think of me as a Democrat, if you think of me at all, but I am not a registered Democrat and I vote for Republican candidates—including in last week’s election.  In fact, the only endorsement letter I Continue reading “Letter: What Is Going on Inside the Easton RTC?”

Bindelglass Wins Second Term as First Selectman

Following an unusually spirited campaign and significant voter turnout, Democrat David Bindelglass was re-elected First Selectman, out performing his challenger, Republican Jeff Parker.

Dave Bindelglass celebrate at home with his wife, Gloria, after winning a second term as first Continue reading “Bindelglass Wins Second Term as First Selectman”

Municipal Election Attracts Brisk Turn Out of Voters

As of noon today, more than 1,200 Eastonites turned out to cast ballots in one of the most spirited elections in the town’s history. Another roughly 350 cast absentee ballots. At this rate the turn out could reach 3,000 by the close of polls at 8 p.m.

Easton has a total of 5,672 Continue reading “Municipal Election Attracts Brisk Turn Out of Voters”

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 2

Election Day is today, Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021. Easton’s polling place is the Samuel Staples Elementary School Cafetorium at 515 Morehouse Road in Easton. Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Below is a sample ballot which may also be accessed on the town of Easton website: View Continue reading “Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 2”

Christine Halloran (R) Candidate Statement, Town Clerk, Running Unopposed

Thank you for an amazingly productive eight years of learning and professionally growing serving as your Town Clerk. I am honored to seek re-election for my fifth term. With your vote of support, I will continue to provide highly experienced, efficient, accessible, and friendly customer Continue reading “Christine Halloran (R) Candidate Statement, Town Clerk, Running Unopposed”

Letter: Integrity Does Matter

To the Editor:

I recently retired after 21 years as an Easton teacher and administrator. I’ve known both David Bindelglass and Jeffrey Parker, professionally and personally, for over 15 years.

We were fortunate that David was First Selectman during the pandemic. I admired his Continue reading “Letter: Integrity Does Matter”

Letter: Bowditch for Board of Finance

To the Editor:

Wendy Bowditch, Republican candidate for the Board of Finance bring years of experience to this position. She served on the Insurance Commission for 12 years, 7 as chairman, and was the elected Town Treasurer for 7 years. She retired from a successful career as an Continue reading “Letter: Bowditch for Board of Finance”

Letter: Was Life-Long Republican

To the Editor:

I was a life-long Republican until witnessing the hyperbolic nonsense from right-wing groups and from mainstream Republicans. Fliers and pamphlets from CRG & now the ERTC spew nastiness and untruths.

Thank you Democratic Selectmen, David Bindelglass and Bob Lessler Continue reading “Letter: Was Life-Long Republican”

Letter: What a Year to Start Following Local Politics

To the Editor:

I finally started following town politics. What a year to tune in! I learned:

– Bindelglass/Lessler share my priorities: good schools, protecting open spaces, maintaining home values. Meanwhile, Parker destroyed public trust. No contest.

– Maureen Williams provides Continue reading “Letter: What a Year to Start Following Local Politics”

Letter: Jeff Parker Endorsement

To the Editor:

Since returning to Easton nearly 30 years ago, Jeff Parker has volunteered his time and contributed to our community by coaching sports, refereeing and most recently, stints on the Board of Education, both as member and chair.

His years on the Board of Education blended Continue reading “Letter: Jeff Parker Endorsement”