Republican election candidates, supporters, friends and press were on hand to witness the opening of campaign headquarters by the Monroe Republican Town Committee recently. Voters with questions and in need of lawn signs can drop by. It’s located in the Big Y shopping center on Rte 111 (by Lia’s Pizza). Seated (at right, center) is Ken Kellogg candidate for First Selectman.
Republican Town Committee Opens Campaign Headquarters
Vavrek Endorses Kellogg
Monroe First Selectman Steve Vavrek has recommended that Town Councilmember Ken Kellogg be his successor during the upcoming municipal election. “On November 7, I endorse Ken Kellogg and I strongly urge the residents of Monroe to do the same," said Vavrek. “Ken is a leader in Monroe with the experience to make things happen and get things done,” said Vavrek. “He has demonstrated an ability to work with all interested parties to achieve a common goal. I have closely watched Ken Kellogg evolve as an individual, as a leader that takes on projects and gets results.”
Armchair Campaigning in Vogue
Town Clerk Candidate, incumbent Vida Stone is campaigning from her armchair due to a minor accident. Not to worry. Everyone loves Vida and she’s running unopposed.
Fundraiser Held at Monroe Social for Hunsberger
On a recent Sunday afternoon supporters of Dan Hunsberger for First Selectman gathered at Monroe Social (Monroe’s newest hot spot for dining and entertainment). The conversation was not only politics, but the Patriots game being televised above the bar.
(At right, from left) Alan Vaglivelo, Dan Hunsberger, Andy Greenawalt and James Martinez,
(From left) David and Kerri Vilaverde, Hunsberger and Josh Brewster
(From left) Mary Oliva, Hunsberger, Pete Oliva and Deedee Martin