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2011 Municipal Voters' Guide

2011 candidates for office introduce themselves and answer questions.

The League of Women Voters (LWV) released their 2011 Voters’ Guide profiling 29 candidates running for 30 ballot positions (Robert Iacobello is the Republican candidate for the Zoning Commission and A Brookfield Party nominee for Board of Finance).

The candidates were asked to provide a photo, a 50-word biography and a brief response to an office appropriate question. The candidates are listed in the guide in the order they are on the ballot, however A Brookfield Party (ABP) candidates Pamela Kurtz (Board of Education), Linda Taylor (Planning Commission), Richard Horree (Zoning Commission) and Rose Demarco (Zoning Board of Appeals) did not submit any information for the guide.

(Iacobello and ABP endorsed candidate for Board of Assessment Appeals Robert Huttemann submitted bios and responses to their respective questions.)

Susan Ludwig October 25, 2011 at 03:01 PM
Thank you to the LWV for publishing this important guide. It is sometimes difficult to obtain the information needed to make an educated decision on who to vote for. This guide is an excellent source of information for Brookfield residents.
Joan Weisman October 25, 2011 at 06:26 PM
The Brookfield LWV thanks The Patch for publishing the 2011 Voters' Guide. You are helping the League fulfill its mission to inform the community about the issues and candidates. We hope that having information about the candidates will encourage more voters to go to the polls on November 8th.
Ken October 25, 2011 at 07:52 PM
This information is excellent. I was wondering if there is a way to save the voters' guide rather than print 15 pages. The download option does not seem to work. Thanks again for providing this information. It is a real service to the voters.
Joan Weisman October 25, 2011 at 08:30 PM
Ken...You can pick up a hard copy of the Voters' Guide at the Brookfield Library from Anita Barney, at the Candidates' Open House on November 2nd at the Library at 7:00 PM or download it from the Brookfield LWV website brookfieldlwvconnecticut.org
Ron Jaffe October 25, 2011 at 08:43 PM
The League's guide is available as a downloadable PDF file at their website: http://brookfield.lwvconnecticut.org/voter-resources.html

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