Redding DTC Elects Leadership

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  The Democratic Town Committee held its regular meeting on Thursday, September 28th, where three officers were elected to their positions: Selectman Peg O’Donnell will serve as Treasurer, following the resignation of Sara Sobel earlier in the week; Vice Chair Mary Ann Carman has replaced Daniel Barrett as Secretary; and Daniel Barrett will serve as Chair, following the decision by Mark Lewis to resign from that role. Mike D’Agostino and Margi Esten will serve as…

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A note from Congressman Jim Himes

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Friends, Please join me for a town hall meeting. Over the past months, I’ve heard from thousands of concerned individuals who are worried about Russian involvement in our election, the economy, health care, civil liberties, the environment, ISIS, consumer protection and much, much more. I held a series of town halls earlier this year that drew an enormous and positive response. On July 6, I’m hosting another event so that I can hear from even…

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House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer attends Redding’s Century Club Redding Democrats gathered at the Century Club on Umpawaug Road this past Sunday to hear from local and federal candidates in the upcoming election. Passers-by might have wondered about the number of state troopers and unmarked cars on this usually quiet, scenic road. The extra security came with the biggest surprise of the evening, the arrival of House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer, Congressman of Maryland, in…

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Julia Pemberton Wins Re-Election

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First Selectman Julia Pemberton, in blue, congratulates newly elected Board of Finance member Peg O’Donnell. Pemberton and O’Donnell both won in Tuesday’s election. — Christopher Burns photo. THE REDDING PILOT, November 5, 2015  Incumbent Democrat Julia Pemberton cruised to victory in Redding’s race for first selectman on Tuesday, winning by over 500 votes. Pemberton won her race with 1,648 votes. Challenging Republican Eric Witt recorded 1,059 votes. In the race for two selectman spots — a de…

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