Clock Starts Ticking on Naugatuck Special Election

SOTS Susan Bysiewicz announced today that she had received Rep. Kevin DelGobbo’s letter of resignation as a member-elect of the House of Representatives, effective noon tomorrow.

The governor will have ten days to declare a special election in DelGobbo’s 70th district, which covers part of the borough of Naugatuck. The special election will take place not more than 46 days after the governor declares the special election. I believe that means the election would take place on March 3rd at the latest.

Here’s the resignation letter (PDF), if you’re interested in seeing it.

DelGobbo is resigning to become a DPUC commissioner.

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2 responses to “Clock Starts Ticking on Naugatuck Special Election

  1. Are spring elections in March or May? For local offices, etc…

  2. Are spring elections in March or May? For local offices, etc…

    May. But if there’s a primary for municipal offices, it happens in March.

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