Candidates 2019

Our Team for New Fairfield in 2019

We are building our team for 2019.

Here is our latest announcement!

New Fairfield Democratic Caucus Selects Candidates for 2019

New Fairfield Connecticut, July 16, 2019 – The New Fairfield Democrats nominated 19 candidates for town-wide elected offices at their caucus held in the New Fairfield Public Library on Tuesday evening, July 16th.  The town elections will take place on Tuesday, November 5th.

The ticket is led by First Selectman Pat Del Monaco and Selectman Khris Hall who are running for re-election.  Both are running for full 2-year terms.  The following team joins them.

For Town Treasurer (running for a full 2-year term):

  • Ed Sbordone (U), currently the Acting Town Treasurer

For Board of Finance (running for a full 6-year term):

  • Jane Landers (U), an incumbent
  • Cheryl D. Reedy, an incumbent

For Board of Finance (running for a 2-year term to fill a vacancy):

  • Jane Landers (U), an incumbent

For Board of Finance Alternates (running for a full 2-year term):

  • Thomas Garben, an incumbent
  • Greg Williams

For Board of Education (running for a full 4-year term):

  • Kathy Baker (U), an incumbent
  • Samantha M. Mannion (U), an incumbent
  • Ed Sbordone (U), an incumbent
  • Stephanie Strazza, an incumbent

For Board of Education (running for a 2-year term to fill a vacancy):

  • Rick Regan, an incumbent

For Board of Assessment Appeals (running for a full 4-year term):

  • Josh Beckett Flores

For Planning Commission running for a full 4-year term):

  • Kirsten Bennett O’Rourke (U)
  • Carolyn Rowan, an incumbent

For Planning Commission Alternates (running for a full 2-year term):

  • Keith Landa

For Zoning Commission (running for a full 6-year term):

  • John C. Brown, an incumbent

Zoning Board of Appeals (running for a full 4-year term);

  • John E. McCartney, an incumbent

Library Director (running for a full 4-year term):

  • Linda Norris, an incumbent
  • Danette Onofrio

“This is a slate of highly qualified people who are committed to working together for the good of all New Fairfield.  I am pleased that a number of Unaffiliated candidates have joined our slate.  Our many returning candidates will be able to share their breadth of experience and town knowledge.  I am confident that all of our candidates will work hard to introduce themselves to New Fairfield voters and will serve the town well when they are elected in November,” said Josh Flores, Chair of the New Fairfield Democratic Town Committee.

“First Selectman Pat Del Monaco noted:  “Many on this slate of candidates have worked cooperatively with the Board of Selectmen and members of other Town Boards and Commissions to make sure that community priorities, such as school safety, increased emergency coverage, improved services from Public Works, establishment of an Economic Development Commission, and additional services for seniors, are addressed within the limits of reasonable budget increases.  “I am proud of our record of leading the Town forward over the past two years,” said Selectman Khris Hall.

Ms. Del Monaco and Ms. Hall will again run together as Del Monaco Hall for New Fairfield.  “The Democratic Town Committee enthusiastically supports Pat Del Monaco and Khris Hall,” said Josh Flores, Chair of the New Fairfield Democratic Town Committee.  “Their experience, both professionally and in the community, makes them ideal elected officials to continue to lead the changes that are needed to make New Fairfield a more vibrant community for all residents.”

Biographic information on these candidates will be available soon on the DTC websitewww.newfairfielddems.org.  Information about Pat Del Monaco and Khris Hall is available at www.DelMonacoHall4NF.com.  For further information, contact:  Josh Flores, DTC Chair (860-940-8308), Pat Del Monaco (203-746-9709); or Khris Hall (203-885-4920).

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Here is our first announcement!

Democratic Town Committee Announces Endorsement of Candidates
for Re-election as First Selectman and Selectman

New Fairfield Connecticut, May 29, 2019 – The New Fairfield Democratic Town Committee is proud to announce its endorsement of First Selectman Patricia Del Monaco and Selectman Khristine Hall to run for re-election in the November 2019 local elections.

As First Selectman, Ms. Del Monaco has focused on addressing the concerns of New Fairfield residents.  She was instrumental in establishing the School Safety and Security Committee to address residents’ concerns and enhance the safety of New Fairfield Schools.  As a result, every school in the district is staffed with a School Resource Officer.  Pat also directed the response and recovery to the May 15 macroburst, collaborating with Town employees, Eversource and state and local officials to restore power and clear debris as quickly as possible.  Currently, Pat’s focus is on improving the economic climate in New Fairfield.  The Board of Selectmen established the Economic Development Commission early this year to support existing businesses and to attract new businesses to our empty storefronts.  She looks forward to working with the Commission and Business Advisory Council over the coming months. Ms. Del Monaco, who holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from Clarkson University served as Chairman of New Fairfield’s Inland Wetlands Commission and on many volunteer organizations in the New Fairfield Schools.  Prior to her involvement in the community, she served as a department director at Unilever US.

Ms. Hall has been an active member of the Board of Selectmen.  Among other things, she has focused on protecting Candlewood Lake and working with the Candlewood Lake Authority and working with the State and Danbury to establish a walking trail along Margerie Reservoir.  She enjoys talking to town residents about their concerns at her Listening Hours in the Library and Senior Center. Prior to her election in 2017, she was a local news reporter.  She retired from IBM in 2015, where she was a Project Executive for large projects. Ms. Hall has a B.A. in Slavic Languages and Literatures and a law degree (J.D.) – both from the University of Kansas.

“We are proud of our record and the changes we have brought to New Fairfield.  Town government is much more open and engaged, providing residents with improved services.  We have established and appointed an Economic Development Commission and are consulting with our small businesses through a Business Advisory group.,” said Ms. Del Monaco.  “We filed lengthy comments on the shortcomings of the Shoreline Management Plan and worked closely with neighboring towns and the Candlewood Lake Authority to protect the Lake” said Ms. Hall.

Ms. Del Monaco and Ms. Hall will run together as Del Monaco Hall for New Fairfield.  “The Democratic Town Committee enthusiastically support the re-election of Pat Del Monaco and Khris Hall,” said Josh Beckett-Flores, Chair of the New Fairfield Democratic Town Committee.  “Whether being good fiscal stewards with taxpayer’s money or taking charge during last year’s storm, their leadership has brought positive changes and is moving New Fairfield forward. Their re-election will continue to make New Fairfield a community for all our residents to live, work, raise their families.””

For further information, contact Pat Del Monaco (203-746-9709); Khris Hall (203-885-4920); or Josh Flores, DTC Chair (860-940-8308).

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