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Paid for by the Wilton Republican Town Committee, Carol Lenihan, Treasurer.
Approved by the Wilton Republican Town Committee.

Board of Finance

Peter Balderston

for Board of FInance

A current member of the Wilton Board of Finance, Peter is running for a second term. With more than 30 years of experience at financial firms including JP Morgan and GenSpring Family Offices, Peter has served in both CFO and COO roles, and understands the importance of objective fiscal oversight and long-term financial stability. A 28-year Wilton resident with three grown children, he is committed to maintaining a strong school system and high-quality town services while also ensuring their sustainability by being mindful of their costs in a time of uncertain real estate markets and lower enrollments. As the BOF member of the Board of Education’s Business Operations Subcommittee for the past four years, Peter has helped the BOE quantify and benchmark its academic and educational achievements with a view to using tax dollars as efficiently as possible. Peter’s priority is continuing to improve Wilton’s schools and quality of life at a cost that residents can afford now and in the future.

Warren Serenbetz

for Board of Finance

Warren has a decade of experience serving on Wilton’s Board of Finance. He was a BOF member from 2007 to 2017, and chairman for 8 of those years. He instituted policies to fund the Wilton Pension and OPEB Trusts in excess of actuarially required amounts in order to reduce the Town’s unfunded liabilities. As BOF representative to both Trusts, he also fought for reasonable actuarial assumptions. The Pension Trust is now 95% funded, and the OPEB Trust is one of the best funded plans in Connecticut. Warren is a proven team player, working collaboratively with board colleagues regardless of party affiliation. He will continue to balance the competing needs of the town, the schools, and overall tax levels by listening to residents and deliberating in a nonpartisan way with members of all town boards. Warren and his wife Cindy have lived in Wilton for 36 years and educated their 3 children in the Wilton public schools.