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Sherman, Bethel candidates announce intentions for November

Sherman's First Selectman is seeking reelection to a second term.  Clay Cope, who was elected in 2011 in a win over 4-term incumbent Andrea O'Connor, says he is proud of his accomplishments.  The 51-year old Republican pointed to working on the town's emergency services facility project and working with the Board of Education on a budget to include school security.  Cope previously served on the Planning and Zoning Commission and the Sherman Library Board of Trustees.


A familiar name wants to make a political comeback in Bethel.  Former First Selectmen Bob Burke has announced his intention to seek the office he held between 2005 and 2009.  The Republican says he doesn't like what the current administration has done in Bethel.


Incumbent Democratic First Selectman Matt Knickerbocker is planning to run for another term.  Both parties are holding their nominating Caucus Monday evening.  The DTC will meet at the Municipal Center while the RTC will meet at Bethel Middle School.

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