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Griswold and Plainfield Residents See Red On Election Day – Vote Counts Included

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Griswold and Plainfield Republicans saw their party almost sweep both towns on Tuesday night, with the only exception of Tax Collector in Griswold which Valerie Pudvah defeated Jaimee O’Neill Eaton, and even that was a very slim margin.  Griswold has control of every board in town, as well as Plainfield.

First Selectman Elect, Dana Bennett made comments after the announcement was made that she had won the position.  (press play below to hear comments from Dana Bennett)

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    Mike Minarsky

Kevin Cunningham, Plainfield First Selectman Re-Elect stopped by the SNSN Morning Show and answered a wide array of questions on the election process as well as what he envisions going forward.  Click below to watch the Plainfield First Selectman.

For those of you that are interested in the election Numbers, they are as follows:

Griswold

Griswold First Selectman

Todd Babbit (D) – 894

Dana Bennett (R) – 958

 

Griswold Selectman

Richard Grabowski (D) – 870

Richard Matters (R) – 969

 

Griswold Town Clerk

Valerie Pudvah (D) – 987

Jaimee O’Neill Eaton (R) – 865

 

Treasurer 

Linda Cote – Unopposed 

 

Tax Collector

Leona Sharkey (D) – Unopposed

 

Board of Finance

Gary Beaulac (R) – 689

Gordon “Butch” Santerre – 684

Alex Grzelak (R) – 1182

Tom Palasky (R) – 1017

 

Board of Finance 2 Year Vacancy

Amanda Brycki (D) – 811

Valerie Grills (R) – 1026

 

Board of Education

Paige Proctor (D) – 679

Stuart Norman (D) – 828

Mary Beth Malin (R) – 1065

Shannon Webster (R) – 1006

 

Board of Education 2 Year Vacancy

Jennifer Gauthier (R) – 833

Jaimee O’Neill Eaton (D) – 975

 

Board of Assessment Appeals

Lewis Button (D) – 878

C.C. Norwood (R) – 938

 

Planning & Zoning

Courtland Kinnie (D) – 889

David Bennett (R) – 936

 

Planning & Zoning Alternate

Peter Zvingilas (D) – 821

James Kreuger (D) – 709

Jena Rogers (R) – 946

Melissa Cassidy (R) – 1159

Richard Waselik (R) – 974

 

Zoning Board of Appeals

Mary Ann Manning (D) – 837

Joseph Savino (D) – 738

Chris Chastang (R) – 1022

Duane Button (R) – 1119

 

Zoning Board of Appeals Alternate

Gordon “Butch” Santerre (D) – 733

Gary Beaulac (D) – 699

Heather Edge (R) – 1095

Joe Carignan (R) – 993


Plainfield

First Selectman

Kevin Cunningham (R) – 1909

Mary Ann Chinnati (D) – 804

Daniel Reale (L) – 71

 

Selectman

Art Gagne (R) – 1765

Scott Gardiner (D) – 986

 

Town Clerk

Brinda Miller (R) – 1732

Patrice David (D) – 996

 

Tax Collector

Karen Vincent (R) – 2202 (unopposed)

 

Board of Finance Full Term

Donald Kivela Jr (R) – 1691

Adrian Ferrari (R) – 1611

Virginia Sampietro (D) – 1050

Cathy Tendrich (D) – 1060

 

Board of Finance to fill 4 year vacancy

Dean Gorman (R) – 1707

Adrian Paulsen (D) – 987

 

Board of Finance Alternate Full Term

Linda Fedor (R) – 2042

 

Board of Education Full Term

Roxanne Boisse (R) – 1505

Arrianna Landry (R) – 1487

Heather Smith (D) – 943

Kimberly Thompson (D) – 936

Matthew Radant (L) – 355

Marc Campo (L) – 123

 

Board of Education to fill 2 year vacancy

Diane Summa (R) – 1868

Sherry Ann Harmon (D) – 336

 

Board of Assessment Appeals

Kerilynn Lewis (R) – 1679

Ava Colonna (R) – 1660

Donald Gladding (D) – 967

Peter Migneault (D) – 1003

 

Planning & Zoning Full Term

June Gagne (R) – 1616

Frank Mills (R) – 1594

Lindsay Joslyn – 1034

Seann Peterson (D) – 1080

 

Planning & Zoning Alternate Full Term

Kevin Poppie (R) – 2007  (unopposed)

 

Zoning Board of Appeals Full Term

Catherine Howard (R) – 1645

Frank Zak (D) – 1007

 

Zoning Board of Appeals to fill 2 year vacancy

Stephen Walsh (R) – 2024  (unopposed)

 

Zoning Board of Appeals Alternate Full Term

Madeline Garner (R) – 2009 (unopposed)

 

Police Commissioners Full Term

Joseph Sangermano (R) – 1507

Daniel Hutchinson (R) – 1630

Lois Dupointe (D) – 960

Colleen Lugauskas (D) – 1148

The town of Plainfield has 10,137 registered voters on it’s grand list, with 2869 voting which includes 102 absentee votes and 10 election day registrations (28.30%)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Written by: Mike Minarsky

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