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Tom Laffin

Tom is currently serving as the Vice Chair on the Wallingford Town Council. He has been on the town council since 2012.

Tom Laffin is a lifelong Wallingford resident.  Prior to the Council, Tom was a member of the Board of Education

(2006-2010), as well as Inland Wetlands Commission. He spent 2 years as PTO Vice Chair. 


Craig Fishbein

Town Councilor Craig Fishbein is in his seventh term on the Wallingford Town Council. He is also in his fourth term as a State Representative, representing the 90th General Assembly district, which comprises most of Wallingford, and all of Middlefield. In addition to his elected positions, Councilor Fishbein is a lawyer in private practice since 2002. Much of his law practice is concentrated in the areas of Civil and Constitutional Rights Litigation, Family Law and Domestic Violence as well as General Civil Litigation.

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Joe Marrone

Joe is serving his third term on the Town Council. He previously served 3 terms on the Board of Education (2010-2016). For 2 of those terms, he was the board vice chairman.


Joe is a lifelong Wallingford resident. He also serves as a Cub Scout Cubmaster as well as a 5th grade religious education teacher at Church of the Resurrection.


Christina Tatta

Christina Tatta is serving her second term on the town council. She previously served on the Zoning Board of Appeals, and also served as the Vice Chair of the Charter Revision Commission.  Christina graduated from Sacred Heart Academy in Hamden in 2003, and earned her Bachelor's Degree in English from Saint Joseph College in 2007, graduating summa cum laude.  Christina also holds a State of Connecticut Teaching Certificate in English, grades 7-12.  She is the CFO at Value Auto Sales & Leasing in Hamden, her family's business.  She has been married to her husband, Joseph Tatta, for 15 years.  Christina is an active parishioner at Church of the Resurrection, where she is a lector and a member of the bell choir.  


Christina consistently stands up for the principles of government transparency and fiscal responsibility.

To learn more about Christina, please visit her website:


Autumn Allinson

Autumn is serving her first term on the Town Council. She previously served 1 term on the Board of Education (2020-2021). For those terms, she was the chair of operations, the BOE liaison for Diversity and Inclusion, the STEM Town liaison, and part of the Electric Bus Exploratory Committee. 


Autumn has lived in (and loved) Wallingford for about a decade with her husband, Steven. She currently works at LEGO Systems, Inc., and has 14 years of experience in supply chain operations. She loves sewing and reading in her spare time when she is not being pursued by 4 nosy cats. Autumn looks forward to learning the ropes from her co-councilors. 


Chris Regan

As a long-term Wallingford resident, I've proudly raised a family here for over 20 years. I am a Marine Corps veteran who is President & CEO of a federally recognized Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, an extremely successful technology organization I started over 25 years ago.

By running, I can take my core principles of honesty, integrity, and trust and apply those to the elements of town government that I hope to affect by being part of this year’s elections in a town that I love.  All this while maintaining respect and decorum with all parties involved.

I have two qualities that I pride myself on, one, the ability to listen, and two, the ability to think outside the box when solving problems by applying practical technology solutions (if appropriate) that can drive efficiencies in all aspects of local government.

Regan for Council Treasurer: Stephen DeBaise


Jeffrey Necio

Originally from Oxford, Connecticut, Jeff moved to Wallingford nearly 25 years ago to take a position at Masonicare. As a staff pharmacist there, Jeff worked together with a team of doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals to provide some of Wallingford's most vulnerable residents with the best possible care. 

In 2011, Jeff joined the Board of Directors of the Spanish Community of Wallingford, and in 2015, he was elected the organization's board chair.  Since joining the board, Jeff has volunteered his time implementing numerous good governance practices, and advocating for SCOW and the clients that the agency serves.

Holding a master's degree in public health, Jeff has been a member of the Wallingford Board of Health since 2015.  In coordination with the Wallingford Health Department, Jeff has organized and participated in several public health initiatives, educational services, and emergency management drills.  

Additionally, Jeff has served as a member of the Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Commission since 2021, and as the vice-chair of the Wallingford Republican Town Committee since 2020.

Jeff is currently employed by Bristol Hospital as a clinical informatics (IT) pharmacist.  Prior to his current position, he was employed by Masonicare for nearly 2 decades. In his spare time, Jeff enjoys traveling, and spending time with his family and friends.

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