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Chester Democratic 2021 Municipal Candidates
Chester is a special town not only because of its physical beauty and surrounding environment, but especially due to its resident’s community support and civic involvement. Our town is vibrant due to the numerous volunteers of all backgrounds. Chester’s Democratic Town Committee encourages more people to participate in the business of our town.
We are proud to present our candidates representing the Chester Democrats on the November 2nd Election Municipal Ballot. We thank them for their service and volunteering to serve our community. We ask to show your support by voting on election day for the following Democartic candidates:
First Selectman: Lauren S. Gister Selectman: Charlene O. Janecek Town Clerk: Kathryn Hair Tax Collector: Madaline A. Meyer Board of Finance: Andrew Gardner and Michael Joplin; BOF Alternate: Michael Jordan Board of Education: Maria Scherber, Rebecca Greenberg-Ellis, and Jan Taigen Board of Assessment Appeals: Sarah J. Germini Planning & Zoning: Keith Scherber, Elaine Fitzgibbons, and Shubert Koong Zoning Board of Appeals: John DeLaura, Michael R. Peck, and Victor Fetter; ZBA Alternate: Seth Cohen Library Trustees: Sandy Senior-Dauer and Karin Badger Regional Board of Education: Lori Ann Clymas and Laurence Fearon
To view a full listing of all the elected and appointed Boards & Commissions and Committees, visit Chester’s Town website at www.chesterct.org, click on the Town Services tab, and then click on the Town Clerks page and under Elected Officials click on the “Official Listing…”. For the current list of vacancies, click on the “Vacancies on Elected & Appointed Boards & Commissions” tab. For info on specific Boards & Commissions, go to the Town Services page and then click on the Board or Commission name of interest for a summary of their members, scheduled meetings, agenda/minutes and responsibilities.
Our goal is to elect interested, qualified and knowledgeable candidates for Town Offices, and to keep our fellow residents informed and involved.
Collaboration makes us stronger as a community. We thank all our volunteers, present and past, for their service to our town.
Democratic candidates to run for municipal office will be officially chosen in July for listing on the November 2nd, 2021 ballot.
How to Vote by Absentee Ballot
Absentee ballots are sent to voters who submit an absentee ballot application. Fill out your ballot as soon as you receive it! To learn how, watch the video below or read the instructions below.
Absentee ballot instructions:
Follow the instructions printed on the ballot. The absentee ballot packet includes your ballot, an inner envelope (marked “B”), and the outer envelope (marked “C”).
1.) Mark the ballot by coloring and filling in the round circle with your choice of candidate using a black or blue pen. DO NOT put any other marks in the round circles on the ballot. You will be voting for four (4) candidates:
2.) Place the completed ballot inside the inner envelope (marked “B”). Make sure you SIGN the outside of the inner envelope and SEAL it.
3.) Place your signed and sealed inner envelope B inside of the return outer envelope (“C”) that is addressed to town hall and is postage paid. Only one ballot allowed per envelope and must be in the envelope marked specifically for you.
4.) Send in your ballot immediately so your vote is timely received and counted. You can avoid potential delays by mail by dropping your absentee ballot in the secure Ballot Drop Box located at the rear of Chester Town Hall.
If you choose to vote in person
You can vote on Election Day, November 2, 2021, from 6am to 8pm at Chester Town Hall. Questions – contact the Town Clerk’s office at 860-526-0013, ext. 510 or the Registrar of Voter’s office at 860-526-0013, ext. 211.
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