In Warren, Felag is first to declare intent to run for re-election

Candidates for public office have until Wednesday afternoon to declare candidacies

By Ted Hayes
Posted 6/22/20

Walter Felag is the first Warren lawmaker to declare his intent to run for office in November’s general election.

Sen. Felag, who holds the Senate District 10 seat, filed his candidacy …

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In Warren, Felag is first to declare intent to run for re-election

Candidates for public office have until Wednesday afternoon to declare candidacies

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Walter Felag is the first Warren lawmaker to declare his intent to run for office in November’s general election.

Sen. Felag, who holds the Senate District 10 seat, filed his candidacy declarations Monday morning, Deputy Town Clerk Sandy Speroni said.

Candidates for public office have until 4 p.m. Wednesday, June 24 to declare their intent to run. This year, two council seats held by Stephen Calenda and Brandt C. Heckert are up for grabs. In addition, two Bristol Warren Regional School Committee seats held by John Saviano and John Bento are also open. Nine seats are available on the town’s Charter Review Commission, as well as all Senate and Representative seats in the General Assembly.

Check back throughout the next two days as candidate names are updated.

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