October 5, 2022

Old Lyme Democratic Town Committee Announces Endorsements for November Elections

The Old Lyme DTC has endorsed incumbent CT Governor Ned Lamont (D) for the position in the upcoming November election.

OLD LYME — The Old Lyme Democratic Town Committee (DTC) has announced its endorsements for the upcoming November election for Democratic candidates for State and Federal offices.

The unanimous endorsements were made at the regular monthly meeting of the Old Lyme DTC held Wednesday, Aug. 10. 

In a press release announcing the endorsements, the Old Lyme DTC states that it, “Applauds all, who have stepped up to lead, and urges the community to go out and vote on Nov. 8 …”

The press release also notes that the Old Lyme DTC believes that, “The endorsed candidates listed below reflect the best interests for the future of Old Lyme.” 

Governor – Ned Lamont 

Lieutenant Governor – Susan Bysiewicz 

Attorney General – William Tong 

Treasurer – Erick Russell 

Secretary Of The State – Stephanie Thomas 

Comptroller – Sean Scanlon 

U.S. Senator – Richard Blumenthal 

U.S. Representative District 2 – Joe Courtney 

State Senator 20th District – Martha Marx 

State Representative 23rd District – J. Colin Heffernan

Comments

  1. Thomas D. Gotowka says

    No real surprises here; and I think that’s a good thing. I encourage these candidates to continue to base their political advertisements on credentials and accomplishments.
    I wore out the mute button on my remote with the string of negative, hostile, and almost threatening advertisement the other party used in the primaries and the beginning of the campaign for governor.
    A former First Lady of the United States once said “when they go low, we go high”; and I think that’s pretty good advice.