Matt Saunig for State Representative 31st District

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MATT SAUNIG IS RUNNING for State Representative because Glastonbury needs a new voice at the Capitol—one that will help the state realize its great potential. With a fresh perspective and new energy, Matt will get Connecticut’s economy back on track by getting our budget under control, keeping businesses here, and standing up for the values that define our town.

Joe Diminico for State Representative, 13th District

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Joe completed a twenty-five year career with the Town of Manchester, retiring as the Program Director of the Senior Center.  Joe believes in giving back to the community and has served on various town boards and commissions.  The voters of Manchester elected Joe to the Board of Selectman in 1993 where he served nine terms. He was elected to the CT House in 2012.

Steve Cassano for State Senate, 4th district

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Steve takes on a leadership role, works with all parties and gets things done.   Steve works with leadership in the legislative and executive branches to meet multiple responsibilities related to state government. He is known as a hard-worker with the ability to bring people together. Steve is a well-respected and active member of the General Assembly.

Charles Murray for Registrar of Voters

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“As the Democratic Registrar of Voters, I will work to insure that all voters in Glastonbury have access to polling locations, insure that poll workers have the proper training and work to increase the number of people who vote in our elections. If you have questions on Voting issues, please contact me at charlie.murray@glastonbury-ct.gov or 860.652.7627

A Salute to Our 2016 GDTC Annual Appeal Donors

Our Town Committee operates entirely on the basis of donations to our organization, which funds our candidates’ campaigns and operating expenses during the year. The individuals listed below have generously offered to assist us in this endeavor.

Glastonbury Dems at the Progress Dinner and 1st CD Convention

Zelda “retires” as Registrar. Vows to continue working for seniors.