Putting People BEFORE Party VOTE ROW “C” TUES. NOV. 5TH

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LISA MARIE BOCCIA
for Town Council
JOHN DUNN
for Town Council
KRISTIN INGRAM
for Board of Education
Lisa graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a BA in
Economics (Trinity), has an MBA (UConn), and is
a member of Beta Gamma Sigma and Pi Gamma
Mu Honor Societies. After many years in Corporate
America management, she is now a “full-time
volunteer” giving back to her community. As a
Councilor she works for ALL The People. “Too often
I hear, ‘They (elected officials) don’t care about us.’
We are one Windsor made up of diverse districts,
and it is the job of all of us to address the needs
of each equally.” Her focus is to make Government
more Transparent, Accountable and Responsive.
for Town Council
Steve and his wife Terese have lived in Windsor
for over 17 years and are owners of Euphoria
Event Solutions, a specialty tent rental company
with its warehouse in Windsor. Steve’s downtime
is spent woodworking, skiing and flying. Steve’s
goal as a Councilor is to attempt to get the most
bang for the taxpayers’ buck and to try to limit
government’s intrusion into citizens’ lives. He
looks towards increasing the taxpayers’ return
on their investment in the community while trying
to mitigate the “Us Versus Them” mentality that
all too often curbs true progress. Steve can be
reached at [email protected]
RICKEY KENDALL
Rickey holds a Bachelor of Science degree
in Human Services from Springfield College.
Rickey’s experience includes 20 years working for
the Connecticut Student Loan Foundation. This,
combined with his customer service background,
has made him effective in helping to assist many
individuals in being able to obtain their goal
towards furthering their education. When elected,
he will lead open discussions to solve problems
in ways that most positively impact Windsor’s
citizens. Rickey has resided in the Wilson section
of town since 1996, and is the father of three.
STEVE MCKAY
John, a University of Connecticut alumni with a
BA in Economics, with post graduate courses in
accounting led to a career as a Retail Merchandise
Manager and Buyer for Ames Dept Stores. John
is an avid volunteer for a variety of charities,
working directly with people and as an Accredited
Visitor offering hope, support and encouragement
to heart patients at Hartford Hospital. John and
his wife, Joan Elder Dunn, are long-standing
residents of Windsor. John believes changes need
to be made at the local level. We must work to
strengthen our schools and to increase residential
property values.
for Town Council
Kristin is a current member of the Windsor Board
of Education, serving as Chair of the Finance
Committee and as a member of the Curriculum
Committee. She is a CPA licensed in CT and MA,
a full-time Lecturer in Accounting at Eastern CT
State Univ., with 5 years experience teaching in
higher education, and an owner of a small tax
and consulting practice. She volunteers for Send
Windsor to the Troops and Windsor Food & Fuel
Bank. “I am running for reelection because I know
that we can do better. “Our students deserve
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better.
Our community deserves better.”
She can
BRIAN
BOSCH
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be reached at [email protected]
for Board of Education
Brian grew up in Windsor, graduated from Windsor
High School in 1993, works at Pfizer (11.5 years),
and is a member of the Windsor Volunteer Fire
Dept. He also holds a Master’s in Secondary
Education (Saint Joseph College) and a B.S. in
Mathematics (UConn). He has experience as a
classroom teacher and as a volunteer with Big
Brothers Big Sisters. “As a school system we
need appropriate and timely communications with
our parents and guardians, involvement from the
community
and transparency in decision making.
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Be sure to read instructions on reverse side of this ballot.
OFFICE
PARTY
REPUBLICAN
PARTY
ROW C
FOR
CHANGE
DEMOCRATIC
PARTY
WINDSOR
INDEPENDENT
PARTY
WRITE-IN VOTES
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Town Council
Donald A.
Jepsen
2A
3A
10
5A
6A
7A
8A
John J. Nathan M.H. Kenny M.
Gamache Scharoff
Wilkos
Jim G.
Govoni
Michaela I.
Fissel
Melissa
Rizzo
Holmes
Paul J.
Panos
3B
5B
6B
7B
8B
1B
2B
Jody L.
Terranova
Donald S.
Trinks
1C
2C
3C
4C
Stephen H.
McKay
John A.
Dunn
Lisa Marie
Boccia
Rickey
Kendall
1D
2D
3D
4D
4B
William H. Randy P.
Herzfeld McKenney
Alan J.
Simon
5C
5D
Darleen C. Doreen E. Leonard
Klase
Richardson Lockhart
6C
7C
Kristin Lynn
Ingram
Brian
Bosch
6D
7D
8C
8D
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Vote for Any Two
Vote for Any Five
4A
11
Constable
Board of Education
Vote for Any Five
1A
9
9A
10A
Ronald C. Cristina R.
Eleveld
Santos
9B
10B
Richard T. Kenneth W.
O’Reilly
Williams
9C
10C
11A
12A
Joe
Breen
David A.
Gillette
11B
12B
Vivian J.
Cicero
Ina A.
Forman
11C
12C
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10D
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Paid for by the
Windsor Independent
Town Committee
– Dennis Cicero,
Treasurer
WINDSOR INDEPENDENT PARTY PLATFORM
A Vision for Windsor
Create a plan for environmentally sustainable developments that protect our neighborhoods
Develop strong schools to retain and attract families
TAXES
Develop fiscally responsible budgets
Support transparent budget process, working toward separate votes for
Town and Board of Education budgets
Work ultimately toward zero-based (start from scratch) budgets
GOVERNMENT
Residents receive timely responses to all inquiries
Residents’ voices are considered in decision-making processes
Members of some Boards and Commissions are elected
COMMUNITY
Equal treatment for all Town districts
Equitable treatment for all Town businesses
Improved relationship between Board of Education and Town Council
SCHOOLS
Ensure appropriate levels of staffing, focused on the classroom
Develop high quality curriculum that challenges every student
Support parents to help their children succeed
VOTE ROW “C”
TUES. NOV. 5TH
The Windsor Independent Party was formed to give Windsor voters more options in
municipal elections. Previously, each party ran five candidates for the Town Council and the
Board of Education. Nine people won; one person lost. The Windsor Independent Party believes
the voters of Windsor deserve more choice in their elections. The group has endorsed four candidates for the Council and two for the
Board of Education, giving Windsor voters more choices.
The Windsor Independent Party believes our government should be more transparent, accountable and user-friendly. Budgets
should be presented in a way that is understandable for the average voter. Residents should be able to participate in the political process
and rules for participation should be consistent and understandable. Officials should respond to residents’ inquiries and be respectful
to all members of the community. Public officials, including board and commission members should be held accountable to the voters.
A number of our appointed commissions have a lot of power over the operation and development of the town, yet there is no way to
currently hold these commissions accountable to the residents in town.
The Windsor Independent Town Committee meets monthly to discuss issues in town and works to get endorsed candidates
elected. The Windsor Independent Town Committee meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 7:00 PM in Council Chambers at
the Windsor Town Hall. All Independent and Unaffiliated voters are welcome to attend our meetings. Members of any party who are
interested in learning more about the Windsor Independent Party or the Windsor Independent Town Committee can visit our website at
www.windsorindependents.com and are welcome to contact Jeffery Ingram at (860) 219-0012 or [email protected]
WindsorIndependents.com
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