POLS Grad Becomes Town Councilor

Democrats will continue to lead the Mansfield Town Council in 2017 thanks to a successful election night on November 7. Joining them on the council will be a familiar face: Caitlin Briody (POLS ’17) won an unexpected seat on the Council as an unaffiliated petitioning candidate. Briody became the first petitioning candidate to win a council seat since the town began its current council-manager government form in 1973. Briody graduated from UConn this past May with honors and a double major in sociology and political science. Read more in our latest edition of POLS News and Notes!


POLS Grad Becomes Town Councilor

Democrats will continue to lead the Mansfield Town Council in 2017 thanks to a successful election night on November 7. Joining them on the council will be a familiar face: Caitlin Briody (POLS ’17) won an unexpected seat on the Council as an unaffiliated petitioning candidate. Briody became the first petitioning candidate to win a council seat since the town began its current council-manager government form in 1973. Briody graduated from UConn this past May with honors and a double major in sociology and political science. Read more in our latest edition of POLS News and Notes!