If you are asking yourself how you can help with the elections this fall:

Donate time or money to the OSDTC. The OSDTC needs funding to help support the local campaigns for Colin Heffernan, Norm Needleman, and Martha Marx. Campaign donations would go to signs, advertising and other activities to promote our candidates. https://oldsaybrookdemocrats.com/definitions/donate/ Consider joining the OSDTC. Attend meetings as a guest on the 3rd Monday of every month at 6:30 at the Pavilion. Attend OSDTC fund raisers and events. The Women’s luncheon is 9/22 at Alforno’s. Go door knocking with our candidates. Participate in phone banking. A subcommittee on the OSDTC is organizing these events. Write Letters to the Editor in support of Norm, Colin and Martha. A subcommittee on the OSDTC would be happy to help preview them before submission. Consider volunteering on a Board or Commission. The OSDTC would help get you elected. Add your name to our mailing list. If you are interested in getting more involved, see the contact information in the article below. There are many ways to help, but most importantly, VOTE BLUE in 2022!

Dan Moran

 

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Adam Boyd
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Colin Heffernan
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Carol Conklin
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A. Donald Cooper
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Ken Soudan
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Neil McCrudden
  • Neil and wife Ethel have lived in Old Saybrook for 20 years
  • Retired Pharmacist – having graduated from Pharmacy School at U.R.I.
  • Served in U.S. Navy during WW II
  • Member of the Elderly Benefit Committee
  • Served on the Estuary Transit Board
  • Past member of the OSDTC
  • Active member of the American Red Cross and American Cancer Society
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George Chang

 

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John O'Brien
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Alan Spargo
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George Wall
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Emilio Scamporino
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Susan Esty
 
  • Park and Recreation Commission member for over 6 years
  • Integral to the successful restoration of Parks and Play Fields after Hurricanes Irene and Sandy, including the Saybrook Point Miniature Golf facility
  • Worked on Appointment of the new Director of P&R, after retirement of Vicky Duffy
  • Serves on The Preserve Ad Hoc Committee
  • Strong believer in the value of Old Saybrook’s many natural resources for recreation.
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