Manny Langella

  • Norwalk DTC set to vote on slate; Sacchinelli and Langella are out

    NORWALK, Conn. — Two Common Council incumbents won’t be up for a vote Monday evening when the Democratic Town Committee meets via Zoom to endorse candidates for the fall election. Council President Nick Sacchinelli cites his desire to make time for his newborn daughter in his decision not to run for reelection, while fellow at…

  • Norwalk Council hopefuls explain their desire to serve

    Updated, 10 a.m.: More information. NORWALK, Conn. – NancyOnNorwalk asked all 10 Norwalk Common Council at large candidates five questions. Seven responded. Here in alphabetical order are their responses:

  • Norwalk political notes: Dumas favored by District B; Walk Bridge this and that

    Norwalk political notes: Dumas favored by District B; Walk Bridge this and that

    Updated, 3:25 p.m.: Comment from Mayor Harry Rilling. NORWALK, Conn. — Here’s a roundup of interesting tidbits: District B recommends Dumas Ironworks topic of bet between Bowman and Rilling Footpath planned under Walk Bridge Two other lift bridges SoNoCC purchase moves to Council

  • South Norwalk Dems seek Bowman’s Common Council seat

    South Norwalk Dems seek Bowman’s Common Council seat

    NORWALK, Conn. – More than one person is hoping to get the Norwalk Common Council seat Faye Bowman will leave behind if she moves out of Norwalk, as she says she is going to do. Bowman, a District B Democrat, said she’d like to see the seat go to South Norwalk activist Ernie Dumas. Manny…

  • District B to choose from four Democratic candidates

    Updated, 6:10 a.m.: More Langella info. NORWALK, Conn. — Running to represent District B on the Common Council are incumbents Travis Simms and Faye Bowman, as well as Manny Langella and Hector Correra. NancyOnNorwalk solicited biographical information and commentary from the candidates. Here is what we learned, with candidates listed in alphabetical order:

  • Working Families Party announces its Norwalk endorsements

    NORWALK, Conn. —The Connecticut Working Families Party has officially endorsed 17 candidates for Norwalk elected office, all of them Democrats. They are:

  • Norwalk political notes: Running for election

    NORWALK, Conn. – Here’s what we have for you in political notes this Monday: Republicans mum, mostly Dems work toward Council candidacies Langella pitches himself as District B rep Morris for mayor – Coming soon! Melendez an NCC grad Dem ‘political operative’ praised by Republican McCarthy’s house for sale Lauricella’s time at DEP Lauricella’s ‘misquote’…

  • Former District B candidate thanks citizens, pledges to remain part of the picture

    Manny Langella was a candidate for District B Common Council in the Democratic primary election. To all, As the year comes to an end, I wanted to formally send out an open editorial to the constituents of District B and Norwalk. What an amazing journey I have had! There is much I learned along the…

  • Langella brings customer service expertise to drive for Norwalk Council

    NORWALK, Conn. — It’s all business for Manny Langella, who is seeking to represent Norwalk District B on the Common Council. Langella is pushing job creation as one of his issues and he brings an expertise to that, he said, with skills he describes in his résumé as a “successful business development leader with over…

  • LWV responses: Council District B, Manny Langella

    This previously published story has been edited so it may be presented in a similar fashion to all of the other responses. NORWALK, Conn. – The Norwalk League of Women Voters sent three questions to each of the Common Council candidates from Districts A and B, who are involved in a Democratic primary election Wednesday,…

  • District B Dems: Simms loses Council backing, Rivas gets support for return to BoE

    District B Dems: Simms loses Council backing, Rivas gets support for return to BoE

    Updated, full story, 2 a.m. NORWALK, Conn. – One threatened Norwalk incumbent got the nod at Monday night’s District B Democrats meeting, while another incumbent’s absence was noted and a newcomer nominated to take his place. Board of Education member Migdalia Rivas was nominated for re-election with 16 votes out of a possible 31, but…

  • Two District B Dems set sights on incumbents’ seats

    NORWALK, Conn. — Two District B Democrats sat silent Monday evening, prepared to give speeches in their quest to run for political seats now held by those intent on running for re-election but disappointed as Chairman Bruce Morris put the matter off until next month. Erik Anderson, who would like to run for the Board…