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At the recent meeting of the Guilford Republican Town Committee (RTC), the membership elected a new Executive Committee: Cynthia Cartier, Chair; Richard DiNardo, Vice Chair; Mary Beeman, Secretary; and Paul Chello, Treasurer. In addition, Ray Bower was appointed as Deputy Treasurer.

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On Sunday May 13th Wesley D. Jackson formerly announced that he is a Democratic candidate for the open seat in the 12th State Senate District. Born in Hartford, Wesley has lived in Connecticut for over 35 years residing in several communities throughout the state. He currently lives in Guilf…

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New Haven, CT – May 12, 2018 – Democratic candidate for governor Ned Lamont opens the campaign's first field office in New Haven today and is endorsed by Sen. Ted Kennedy, Jr. The campaign will kick off an early voter outreach program. Dozens of volunteers plan to reach nearly a thousand doo…

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(May 3rd, 2018) Branford, CT- Jerry Mastrangelo of Branford, CT announced today that he has reached and exceeded his state campaign donation requirement of $15,000, ending the day with $18,675.00 in campaign donations. At the same time he has exceeded the required 300 signatures from Distric…

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Christine Cohen, Democratic candidate for the 12th District Senate seat, announced today she has received the endorsement of nearly 40 political and community leaders in the District, which includes Branford, Guilford, Madison, Killingworth, North Branford and part of Durham. “I am deeply hu…

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As has taken place in the past, there are efforts underway on social media and on signs being placed around town on the proposed tax increase that will be voted on this Tuesday. Some of the signs allude to a tax increase of over 6%, which can be greatly misleading in a year that includes a r…

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(HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that he is nominating eleven state residents to fill vacancies for judgeships on the Connecticut Superior Court. While these nominations represent only a fraction of the 42 vacancies that currently exist in the Superior Court, these …

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