Derek Slap for State Senate 5th District

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Feb 26th
Special Election


Ned Lamont’s recent appointment of Beth Bye to a key position in the Governor’s administration has created an opening in the 5th District of the Connecticut State Senate.

The Democratic nominee for the 5th Senate District is Derek Slap, current Connecticut State Representative for the 19th District, which includes a portion of Farmington and all of West Hartford.

Connecticut’s 5th Senate District is comprised of a most of Farmington, all of West Hartford and Burlington and a portion of Bloomfield.

A special election will be held on Tuesday, February 26th.

Derek Slap appreciates your support and looks forward to serving you in Connecticut Senate’s 5th District.

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Rick Lopes for State Senate 6th District

Ned Lamont’s recent appointment of Terry Gerratana to a key position in the Governor’s administration has created an opening in the 6th District of the Connecticut State Senate.

The Democratic candidate for the 6th Senate District is Rick Lopes, current Connecticut State Representative for the 24th District, which includes New Britain ad a portion of Newington.

Connecticut’s 6th Senate District is comprised of a portion of Farmington, all of New Britain and Berlin.

A special election will be held on Tuesday, February 26th.

How You Can Help

To qualify for special funding from the Citizen’s Election Program, Rick needs to raise a minimum of $11,000 in total contributions coming from a minimum of 225 unique individuals. The donations must be between $5 and $225 and come from residents 12 years and older from the towns of Farmington, New Britain and Berlin to qualify.

Click here to make a secure online contribution using your credit card.

Or, click here to download a form which you can fill out and mail along with your check to: Lopes for Senate, 13 Diamond Rock Rd, Wolcott, CT 06716.

Contributions must be received by January 31st to qualify.

Rick Lopes appreciates your support and looks forward to serving you in Connecticut Senate’s 6th District.

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Beth Bye and Terry Gerratana Nominated for Positions in the Lamont Administration

State Senators Beth Bye (5th District) and Terry Gerratana (6th District) have been nominated for positions in the Lamont administration.

Beth Bye, who has represented most of Farmington along with all of West Hartford and portions of Bloomfield and Burlington in the 5th District, has been nominated by Governor Ned Lamont for the position of Commissioner of the Office of Early Childhood.

During her time in Connecticut’s Senate, served as the Deputy Majority Leader and as Senate Co-Chair of the Higher Education & Employment Advancement Committee, was the Senate Vice-Chair of the Education and Human Services committees, and was also a member of the Judiciary, Legislative Management and Planning & Development committees.

Terry Gerratana, who has represented part of Farmington along with all of New Britain and Berlin in the 6th District, has been appointed by Governor Ned Lamont to the position of Senior Adviser to the Office of Health Care Strategy.

Gerratana, who has chaired the General Assembly’s committee on public health, will work with the state officials helping plan policy on health care systems, hospitals, medical records and prescription cost containment.

On behalf of all of the residents of Farmington and the rest of Connecticut’s 5th and 6th Senate Districts, the Farmington Democratic Town Committee wishes to extend our thanks to Beth and Terry for a job well done in the General Assembly, and also a hearty congratulations and thank you for their work ahead with these important positions.

A special election will on Tuesday, February 26th to fill these open Senate seats. Connecticut State Representative Derek Slap (19th District) has announced his intention to run for the 5th District seat vacated by Beth Bye. State Representative Rick Lopes, from the 24th District, New Britain, has announced his intentions to run for the 6th District seat in the State Senate.

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Beth Bye
Commissioner Designate of the Office of Early Childhood

State Senator Beth Bye, who has ably represented most of Farmington along with all of West Hartford and portions of Bloomfield and Burlington in the 5th District, has been nominated by Governor Ned Lamont for the position of Commissioner of the Office of Early Childhood.

During her time in Connecticut’s Senate, served as the Deputy Majority Leader and as Senate Co-Chair of the Higher Education & Employment Advancement Committee, was the Senate Vice-Chair of the Education and Human Services committees, and was also a member of the Judiciary, Legislative Management and Planning & Development committees.

On behalf of all of the residents of Farmington and the rest of Connecticut’s 5th Senate District, the Farmington Democratic Town Committee wishes to extend our thanks to Beth for a job well done in the General Assembly, and also a hearty congratulations and thank you for her work ahead with the Office of Early Childhood.

A special election will be held later this winter to fill the open Senate seat. Farmington Town Democratic Committee Chairman Mike Daly and Connecticut State Representative Derek Slap (19th District) are among those who have announced their intentions to run for the seat vacated by Beth Bye.

For more details, refer to the following Hartford Courant article.

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Special Elections – CT State Senate
5th District – Candidate Derek Slap
6th District – Candidate Rick Lopes

Ned Lamont’s recent appointments of Beth Bye and Terry Gerratana to key positions in the Governor’s administration have created openings in the 5th and 6th Districts of the Connecticut State Senate. Special elections will be held later this winter on a date to be determined (possibly Tuesday, February 26th or Tuesday, March 5th).

The front-runner for the Democratic nomination in the 5th Senate District is Derek Slap, current Connecticut State Representative for the 19th District, which includes a portion of Farmington and all of West Hartford.

Connecticut’s 5th Senate District is comprised of a most of Farmington, all of West Hartford and Burlington and a portion of Bloomfield.

The front-runner for the Democratic nomination in the 6th Senate District is Rick Lopes, Connecticut State Representative for the 24th District, serving all of New Britain and a portion of Newington.

Connecticut’s 6th Senate District is comprised of a portion of Farmington, all of New Britain and Berlin.

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Terry Gerratana
Senior Adviser to the Office of Health Care Strategy

State Senator Terry Gerratana, who has ably represented part of Farmington along with all of New Britain and Berlin in the 6th District, has been appointed by Governor Ned Lamont to the position of Senior Adviser to the Office of Health Care Strategy.

Gerratana, who has chaired the General Assembly’s committee on public health, will work with the state officials helping plan policy on health care systems, hospitals, medical records and prescription cost containment.

On behalf of all of the residents of Farmington and the rest of Connecticut’s 6th Senate District, the Farmington Democratic Town Committee wishes to extend our thanks to Terry for a job well done in the General Assembly, and also a hearty congratulations and thank you for her work ahead with the Office of Health Care Strategy.

A special election will be held later this winter to fill the open Senate seat. State Representative Rick Lopes, from the 24th District, New Britain, has announced his intentions to run for the 6th District seat in the State Senate. Terry Gerratana is among those who have endorsed Rick Lopes.

For more details, refer to the following Hartford Courant article.

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