Election Week 2023

Councilperson candidate Bob Lynch’s pre-election message (posted November 5, 2023):

To my Enfield constituents:

Where we vote.

Please vote in our local Enfield elections, this Tuesday, November 7th at the Enfield Community Center, 162 Enfield Main Road.  Voting hours are from 6 AM until 9 PM.

In expectation of your participation, and in my continuing effort to be as transparent as possible toward earning your vote for another four years as Town Councilperson, I’ve posted several new pages under the “Campaign 2023” tab and updated others.

Though I may be unopposed on Tuesday’s ballot, I believe, nonetheless, that any candidate for public office must obtain and renew the voter’s trust with each election cycle.  Therefore, it matters not whether others seek my office.  I must never take your approval for granted.  And I hope I never will.

Please vote, Tuesday.

Bob Lynch


Also Posted pre-Election week:

Helpful… When Used

(Nov. 3): The League of Women Voters has established a voters’ information portal, Vote 411, where we can each learn more about the candidates and issues we must sort among on this Election Day, November 7th.

You can link to Vote 411 here:  https://www.vote411.org/

You type in your address, and after several clicks, it will take you to the Enfield races.

I answered the Vote411 questionnaire weeks ago, and the site has posted my responses.  Sadly, as this writing, few other Enfield candidates have done likewise. Only Town Justice candidates Cortney Bailey and Heather Knutson-King have posted replies.  If you’re undecided about who should represent us on the Enfield bench, I encourage you to read what they’ve written. / RL