Norwalk Republicans present underticket

David Liberatore, left, is running for First Taxing District Treasurer. Harold Bonnet, rear, is running for Second Taxing District Commissioner.

The election is Nov. 5.

Correction, 12:14 p.m.: Glenn Iannacone added to At Large Council list.

NORWALK, Conn. – Norwalk Republicans on Monday endorsed a slate of candidates:

Mayor: Lisa Brinton

Town Clerk: Rick McQuaid

Council at Large:

  • Richard Bonenfant
  • Artie Kassimis
  • Glenn Iannacone
  • Jonathan Riddle
  • Enrique Santiago


Council District A:

  • Fred Fusci
  • Peter Havens


Council District B:

  • Patrick Murphy


Enrique Santiago, a Council at large candidate.

Council District C:

  • Michael Foley
  • James Anderson


Council District D:

  • Tom Keegan
  • Carl Dickens


Council District E:

  • Peter Bondi
  • Ron Paladino


Board of Education District A:

  • Alexandrea Kemeny


Board of Education District C:

  • Jason Christopher


Jonathan Riddle, a Council at large candidate.

Board of Education District D:

  • Bryan Meek


City Sheriff

  • Scott Vetare


City Treasurer

  • Jerry Petrini



  • Kathryn Angela Martino
  • Shannon O’Toole Giandurco



  • Frank Mauro
  • John Romano
  • Ray Cooke
  • Peter Bondi


First Taxing District Commissioner

  • Rosa Luciani


First Taxing District Treasurer

  • David Liberatore


Second Taxing District Commissioner

  • Harold Bonnet


Second Taxing District Treasurer

  • Cesar Ramirez


Third Taxing District Commissioner

  • Charles Yost


Third Taxing District Treasurer

  • Read Auerbach


Sixth Taxing District Commissioner

  • Tamsen Langalis


JOHN C ROMANO July 23, 2019 at 10:27 am

Hopefully we will be running a unified campaign. We need balance in Norwalk, we need a presence on the Common council of more than one. We need to have common sense people with financial background like Brian Meek, I.T expertise like Jason Christopher and the others to truly be by-partisan on the B.O.E. Norwalk is a great town to live and raise children. As many have put it Norwalk is sought out as the City to move to. All true, but at what cost. School over crowding, lack of per student state help. Success is a slippery slope. Burdening the ever shrinking tax payer base is not the answer, being a sanctuary feel good city is not the answer. Feel goods like banning plastic bags and straws is the the answering, just playing to the OAC’s of the worlod. It maybe nice but not necessary.

JOHN C ROMANO July 23, 2019 at 10:31 am

Norwalk politicians have to be more concerned about the well being of the cities inhabitants, not just the new comers. Those of us who have struggled to stay here and who have built this city over the years are being pushed to being irrelevant. There is nothing wrong with good common tried and true and proven common sense, the progressive posture (progressive’s were scorned upon at one time not so long ago) gets us deeper in debt with soon no way out but south.

Rachel July 23, 2019 at 12:18 pm

I attended the same political campaign school as Lisa Brinton. In a private message I specifically asked her which party she was with. She answered “U” but fiscally conservative.

john flynn July 24, 2019 at 10:44 am

Our party did not hold auditions to push an unrealistic agenda; people have tough decisions to make. Very tough. Each person running should be congratulated for the sacrifices of time they are making. It all is for naught if the media is not fair and balanced. AOC is in the press daily and socialism does not work. The Republican Party needs volunteers, door knockers, school volunteers, donations, signatures and a whole lot more. If you don’t protect you vested interest you might just loose all your inalienable rights. We are not the Young Turks. We need a massive grass roots movement towards sanity.

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