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”
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”
The Easton Courier invited candidates running for state office representing Easton to submit a bio and a platform statement. Democrat Tim Gavin is running against Republican incumbent Tony Hwang for Connecticut’s 28th district state senate seat.
The League of Women Voters of Fairfield is hosting an in-person debate for the 28th State Senate District seat with Republican incumbent Tony Hwang and Democratic challenger Tim Gavin on Tuesday, Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. at the Board of Education Conference Room, 501 Kings Highway East Continue reading “Candidates Hwang and Gavin Will Debate in Fairfield Tuesday, Oct. 18 at 7 P.M.”
My name is Tim Gavin and I’m running for State Senate in Connecticut’s 28th District to serve the people of Fairfield, Easton, Newtown, and Bethel.
I know many people see our current politics, and our nation as a whole, as hopelessly divided – rife with partisan discord and obstructionism. Continue reading “Capt. Tim Gavin Running as Democrat for State Senate in 28th District”