Chittaranjan Sahay, Board of Education

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As a a member of the Board of Education I will bring my experiences as an educator to insure that our students have an opportunity to experience engineering and technology studies in preparation for college. Please feel free to contact me at 860-659-3828 or email

Sean Peoples Judge of Probate

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Sean received a Bachelors of Arts degree from Connecticut College, a Masters degree from Columbia University and a Juris Doctor from University of New Hampshire School of Law.  Sean looks forward to maintaining the professionalism and high service of Probate Judge Peter Jay Alter, as well as continuing to offer an approachable and consumer-friendly probate office for the people of Glastonbury and Hebron.

Julie Thompson, Board of Education

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As a member of the Board of Education, I will use my experience as a parent, a former educator and as an attorney to make thoughtful, informed and responsible decisions that will ensure that Glastonbury schools can continue to provide excellent educational opportunities for the students to be prepared to meet the local and global challenges of the 21st Century. Please feel free to contact me at 860.299-5078 or email

Cara Tonucci Keefe, Town Council

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I chose to settle here for the same reasons many of you chose it: our active and involved residents, open space and parks, and our excellent public schools. I will work across party lines to ensure our community has the open and accessible government we deserve.

Please feel free to contact me at 860-781-2192 or email

Steve Cassano 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.

Tom Gullotta, Town Council

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How we address the major issues Glastonbury faces today—redevelopment of the town center, open space availability, and our aging population—will have a significant impact on our town’s quality of life in the future. That is why I run.

Please feel free to contact me at 860-633-9788 or email

Jill Barry, Town Council

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As a member of the Town Council, I bring my professional strengths in budget analysis and strategic planning along with the knowledge gained from my time with Youth & Family Services. I look forward to continuing to serve the citizens of Glastonbury.

Please feel free to contact me at 860-652-8326 or email

Charles Murray Registrar of Voters

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“As the Democratic Registrar of Voters, I  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 or 860.652.7627

Doug Foyle, Board of Education

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I will continue to support our town’s excellent education system and provide pragmatic educational leadership to move us forward. During my first term, I championed a number of effective educational initiatives that also saved taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Board and Commission Members

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Dan Drew Visits the Glastonbury DTC

Kevin Lembo Visits the Glastonbury DTC

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.