Warren candidates declare their intentions to run for office

Hopefuls had through Wednesday to declare intent to run for office

Posted 6/22/20

WARREN — Hopefuls for public office in Warren filed their letters of intent Monday through Wednesday of this week to run in the November general election.

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Warren candidates declare their intentions to run for office

Hopefuls had through Wednesday to declare intent to run for office

Posted

WARREN — Hopefuls for public office in Warren filed their letters of intent Monday through Wednesday of this week to run in the November general election.

This year, two council seats are up for grabs. In addition, two Bristol Warren Regional School Committee seats are open. Nine seats are available on the town’s Charter Review Commission, as well as all Senate and Representative seats in the General Assembly.

The following candidates declared their intent to run by the 4 p.m. deadline on Wednesday, June 24:

General Assembly

Senate District 10

• Walter Felag (D), incumbent

• Mark Smiley (R)

House District 68

• June S. Speakman (D), incumbent

• William J. Hunt Jr. (I-Libertarian)

House District 67

Jason Knight (D), incumbent

Local races

Town Council

• Steven P. Calenda (I)

• P. Brandt Heckert (D)

Bristol Warren Regional School Committee (non-partisan)

• Daryl W. Gould

• David Matheson

• Nichola C. Piper

• Tara Kee Thibaudeau

Charter Review Commission (non-partisan)

• John C. Bento

• Alexander Robert Galinelli

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