Listeners Club

Forgot Password

Not a Member? Sign up here!


Local Headlines

Election Roundup 2019

Bethel Democratic incumbent First Selectman Matt Knickerbocker is seeking another term in office. He is in a three-way race with Republican Pat Rist and petitioning candidate Bill Ochs.

Brookfield incumbent Democratic First Selectman Steve Dunn is seeking another term in office, and is being challenged by political newcomer, Republican Mel Butow.

Danbury Republican Mark Boughton has been Mayor for 18 years and is seeking a 10th term. He is being challenged by Democratic former City Council President Chris Setaro. The pair ran against each other in 2001, and Setaro lost by a few hundred votes.

Kent First Selectman Bruce Adams is not seeking reelection after serving 10 years in that role.  The Republican nominee for the position is Edward Matson.  The Democrats have nominated Jean Speck. 

A former First Selectman is looking to take the office back in New Fairfield. Democratic incumbent Pat Del Monaco is seeking reelection, but faces a challenge from Republican John Hodge.

New Milford Republican incumbent Mayor Pete Bass is seeking a second term in office.  He is being challenged for the role by Democratic candidate Tom O’Brien.  O’Brien is on the Board of HART transit.

Ridgefield incumbent Democratic First Selectman Rudy Marconi is seeking reelection in November.  He is being challenged by former Norwalk Republican Mayor Dick Moccia for the position. 

The incumbents in Monroe, Newtown, Redding, Sherman and Weston are all running unopposed.  

Sample ballots can be found through each of these links:





New Fairfield

New Milford





On Air Now

Rich Valdes

Local Headlines